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Name: Alannah
Message:I don't know how many parts I should have on my "The War in Swinford" stories. About eight? I've sent you part 2.
Dated:Sat Dec 18 20:15:14 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia: Yes, that's fine - whenever you can spare the time.
Sean: Thanks for the praise. What did you think of the cover of 'Treachery at Midnight'?
Aimee: I seem to remember replying to you about the Famine. Was there something else? I couldn't find your original message. Perhaps you could ask me again whatever you wanted to know.
Sally: I loved that. Would you expand it to a full length story and I would be delighted to put it on the Story Board. It was very moving and I was dying to know what the problem was.
Dated:Sat Dec 18 19:21:59 2004  

Name: Sally
Message:Hi this is Sally, I just sent short story, I hope you like it! My best friend Heather won you're competition and shes still in shock! Merry Christmas Cora!
Dated:Sat Dec 18 18:25:02 2004  

Name: Aimee
Message:hi cora i know your probobly busy but you never replyed to what i said anyway whenever you get the chance write back bye.
Dated:Sat Dec 18 11:01:01 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:Alright I won't say who killed him but I'll write the review as soon as I can but I don't write all the time like Alannah. You will have it after Christmas Hopefully!
Dated:Sat Dec 18 10:15:06 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I'm not sure how long your story should be Alannah. Did you make a plan? if so, you could send me the plan through the Story Club post and then I'll be able to judge whether you need two, or three, or even four more parts. It's hard to say at the moment.
By the way, where do you get all the time for writing? You are like a full-time writer!
Dated:Fri Dec 17 22:00:50 2004  

Name: Sean
Message:Hi Cora I've never written to your website before but I wanted to say that Treachery at Midnight was brilliant. I've read it twice and I think Columba was a great character. I loved Honey the dog, too.
Dated:Fri Dec 17 21:56:45 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Laura
This business of whether Clive and Vivien are related seems to keep coming up. This is how it works out: In the time of the Great Famine 1845, Martin McMahon and Fiona McMahon were brother and sister. Martin stayed in Drumshee and got married – his son Patrick was the father of Kitty (in the Titanic) so Kitty was his granddaughter and her daughter Vivien was Martin’s great-granddaughter. Fiona’s grandson was Bob Chandler and her great-grandson was Clive. This makes Clive and Vivien third cousins – not closely related. Certainly they would be free to marry. I wonder will they, though.

Perhaps someone would like to make a Family Tree for the McMahons of Drumshee and send it to the Story Club
Dated:Fri Dec 17 21:43:56 2004  

Name: laura naomi
Message:hi i would like to ask in ww2 were clive and vivian related? please answer me as soon as possible or i wont buy any of your books ever again.
Dated:Fri Dec 17 20:22:36 2004  

Name: Alannah
Message:I sent you a story. Part 2 of it is coming very soon. I don't know how many parts I should do. How much parts do you think I should do?
Dated:Fri Dec 17 15:55:35 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia: Yes, I'd love a review. If it's under 150 words it should fit on the message board, but if it's over that you could put it through the Story Club slot. By the way, don't give away the secret of who did the murder!
Alannah: I'm glad the book arrived safely.
Pauline: Sorry - no, I don't have any tapes of my books (though it's an idea that I will talk to my publisher about). Perhaps your grand-nephew might like 'Wolf in the Midnight Forest'. You can see about it in the 'Books' section of this website.
Dated:Thu Dec 16 20:08:24 2004  

Name: Alannah
Message:I got "Treachery at Midnight". Thanks!
Dated:Thu Dec 16 15:27:45 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:Will I send you a review of the story? Because i'm almost finished it and i think its brilliant.
Dated:Thu Dec 16 14:51:42 2004  

Name: Pauline Ferrie
Message:Cora,

I quite understand the position about revealing the whereabouts of Drumshee. This time her visit will be short but next year I'll take her to the other site you mention. I've bought her the two Chronicle books for Christmas, her mother tells me she keeps re-reading the Timeline series. I'm now wondering if any of your books are on tape - her eight-year-old brother prefers listening to reading.
Dated:Thu Dec 16 12:50:04 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna: I've just read your story and I thought it was great up to the time that her mother came in, but I thought that was a poor ending to it. It doesn't solve anything that she is just going to move away. I think a reader of the story would be very disappointed by this ending. Don't rush - you have all of January to do it. I think that should just be chapter one of your story.
Dated:Wed Dec 15 21:22:30 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Claire: Sorry, I got you and Emma mixed up. I think the number of words depends on the story and on the age of the person writing, but it should probably be at least 700 words.
Dated:Wed Dec 15 20:54:56 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Denise: I'd keep going with that story. Keep up the careful, interesting style of writing.
Jennifer: I think reviews are a great idea. Perhaps the three prize winners would start off my sending a review of the book each won. If it's over 150 words you can post it to the Story Club - otherwise you can send it to the message board. I'll talk to Webmaster Pete about it.
Alannah: I'll talk to Pete about the length of your story and see if it will fit into the Story Club slot. I suppose if it's 25 pages long then it's about 7.500 words. Is that right?
Claire: I think you're right. The story is nearing an end so anyone with a good idea can finish it up. Thanks for sending congratulations to the winners. I always like a good loser.
Dated:Wed Dec 15 20:52:52 2004  

Name: Maryanna
Message:Cora, I've sent you in my story for the compition. It's called 'That's Life'. I hope you like it!
Dated:Wed Dec 15 20:22:41 2004  

Name: jennifer
Message:I was wondering should we have a place on this website for book reviews of your books. I think it would be very intresting.
Dated:Wed Dec 15 19:19:42 2004  

Name: Emma
Message:Cora do you think the Great Adventure is coming near to its end. And if so, are we going to have another story before Christmas, or are you going to wait until after Christmas
Dated:Wed Dec 15 19:17:24 2004  

Name: Claire
Message:Congratulations Alannah & Heather & Patricia.

Cora: How long do you think the stories for the new competetion should be? How many words?
Dated:Wed Dec 15 19:15:16 2004  

Name: Denise O Regan
Message:I wrote another bit to my story do you think it would be better if I finish it or if I KEEP WRITHING????
Dated:Wed Dec 15 16:03:27 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Cora, I've already tried writing stories on Microsoft Word. I've wrote a fifteen page one called "Trouble", and I'm writing another called "Who stole it?" "Who stole it?" has twenty five pages so far. I'm doing it in chapters and I'm planning to write at least thirty pages. Do you know a publisher I could send it to when I've done and printed it? If you don't maybe sometime I could send it to you. It'd take a while, but I'd still do it.
Dated:Wed Dec 15 15:51:05 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:How many stories did you get altogther???
Dated:Wed Dec 15 15:38:22 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Thank you Cora!!!!!!!!!! I'm so glad I won! You're the best!
Dated:Wed Dec 15 15:08:38 2004  

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