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Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:The word count for my story is 23,488. My story is called (in case you're wondering) "The weird week" and it has 64 pages. I will send it to you soon.
Dated:Mon Jan 17 19:40:02 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Cora: I am going to copy my story onto a floppy disk and send it to you this week. I'll send you the word count later on or tomorrow.
How many words can fit on the Story Club?
Dated:Mon Jan 17 16:04:42 2005  

Name: Gem
Message:Cora your books are great are you writing any new books?
Dated:Sun Jan 16 16:13:07 2005  

Name: Denise
Message:I wrote the second part to my story.If I won I would like trecary at midnight
Dated:Sat Jan 15 13:56:05 2005  

Name: Sarah Kiernan
Message:secondary school is grand. I'm in third year now, so i have alot of work with the mocks and the junior cert coming up. I really enjoyed the book, I read it the other day.You had some very good ideas that I would have never thought off. It was one of the best books I read in a long time. I went back with the book to the primary school, but they they allowed me to keep it. Best of luck, Sarah Kiernan
Dated:Sat Jan 15 13:34:08 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: I think when you wrote the school story, although you set it in Connemara, it didn't sound as if it were an Irish school. To be honest, it sounded more like something from a book that you had read. Do they have 'Proms' in Ireland? It sounds quite American to me. Why don't you try again, but this time set it in a day school. You would have more experience of a life in a day school - and make the teachers real people, a mixture of nice and not -so-nice.
Dated:Sat Jan 15 09:35:11 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Thanks for putting my story on the Story Board.
I agree with your advice and I might write it out again in a different way and send it to you.
Has much people sent competition stories to you and will there be joint winners like last year.
I don't think I'm going to win this one because I'm better at writing about fantasy than modern school. Somebody like Patricia or Heather will win, but I'll try anyway.
Dated:Fri Jan 14 21:37:56 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Could everyone remember to let me know which one of my books they would like if they win the January competition.

Thanks for your story, Alannah. I've got the two bits of it safely. Yes, I'd love a review of 'Treachery at Midnight'. I think my next two books won't be coming out until August/September. One of them is called 'Doomed to Die' and the other is called 'A Life for a Life'.
Dated:Fri Jan 14 19:59:27 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:When is your next book coming out? When should I send a review to you about "Treachery at Midnight"? (I thought it was excellent).
Dated:Fri Jan 14 16:08:27 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I sent you a story for the competition but as I was nearing the end, I pressed the wrong button and it got sent to you un-finished. I'm sending you the second part soon, so when you get the second part, can you put it with the first part please?
Dated:Fri Jan 14 15:44:24 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Sarah,
It's nice to hear from you and thanks you very much for giving me the idea of linking Drumshee with Kells.
I'm sorry it was the wrong name; I couldn't remember your name and went through the old messages on the www.drumshee.com site (which no longer exists) and must have found Sheila Kiernan and immediately jumped to the conclusion that this was the right name.
How are you enjoying secondary school? I'd love a story showing life as it is really like in secondary school.
Dated:Thu Jan 13 22:20:39 2005  

Name: sarah kiernan
Message:just thought id say thanks for thanking me in your last book. (even though you did use my mothers name , sheila.) my cousin who goes to that school brought home the book to show me (i am now in 3rd year) any way thank you so much i didnt think you'd actually consider my idea. best wishes, sarah
Dated:Thu Jan 13 21:18:53 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: Thanks.
Jessie: For the competition, you do your own story and just post it to me through the Story Club slot. It's just coincidence that the present 'running' story is of the same theme. However, it's good, really, because it gives everyone a chance to try out ideas before sending in their final story.
Dated:Wed Jan 12 20:31:41 2005  

Name: Jessie
Message:Cora,
do we do the story by ourselves or do we contribute to the story club?
Jessie
Dated:Wed Jan 12 18:57:58 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I just saw my story on the Story Board ("Roxie and the Bad Girls") and I agree with your advice.
I've sent you another story.
Dated:Wed Jan 12 15:47:51 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Dumpsters is the American word for "bin". I had heard it on an American programme or something.
Dated:Wed Jan 12 15:42:50 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:It's not for the competition, so you can put it on the Story Board if you like. I'm going to wait a while so that I get to think of more ideas for a good modern school story.
Dated:Wed Jan 12 14:57:23 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia:Yes, I did get your story and I have it safely and, yes, you may send more than one entry and I'll choose the one that I like the best.

Alannah: Sorry, I did get your story. I kept it in my email inbox as I was going to ask you whether you wanted it for the competition, or will I just put it straight on the Story Board. What would you like me to do with it?
Dated:Tue Jan 11 20:49:27 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I think I sent it two days ago.
Dated:Tue Jan 11 20:32:11 2005  

Name: Patricia
Message:Cora, Did you get my story and are you allowing more than one entry because I was going to put more on to the story so can I send the finish thing off?
Dated:Tue Jan 11 18:39:50 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Can you remember when you sent that, Alannah?
Dated:Tue Jan 11 18:21:09 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I mean the new story I sent you called "Roxie and the Bad Girls".
Dated:Tue Jan 11 14:58:45 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Heather: Yes, you can choose anyone of my books - perhaps if it's a one that came out a long time ago you should give a second choice in case I don't have one to spare.
Alannah: Which story are you talking about? I put Penny's New Pet on the Story Board.

I wonder would people like me to change my mind about having only one entry per person? it might be better for you to be able to send in more than one story and then let me choose. However, ONLY FINISHED STORIES will be considered so take your time and don't rush a few lines to finish off a story. If you can't think of anything, just put it aside for a day or so.
Dated:Mon Jan 10 20:48:12 2005  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Did you get my story? It's not for the competition. Aren't you only allowed one story for the competition? I think the Story Club story is going to be really good.
Dated:Mon Jan 10 20:10:34 2005  

Name: Heather
Message:When you mention the book you want for the competition, can it be any one of your books at all?
Dated:Mon Jan 10 20:04:38 2005  

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