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Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
I'm looking forward to the new story club story. How about a fantasy story, something about a girl who believes so much in fantasies, that she finds herself in one. Thats only my opinion! I'm sure it'll be an excellent story anyway.
Dated:Tue Nov 16 20:08:37 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Edel: I have two more Wolf books written, but it's up to the publisher, Merlin/Wolfhound when they publish them. You'll have to write to them! In the meantime, you could look at the Wolf page under 'books'. There is quite a bit of information there.
David: Thanks for the great story. I'll try and put it on the Story Board tonight.
Dated:Tue Nov 16 20:01:42 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Heather: Before I read your message I had just written that 'it takes courage to end a story'! It was a great ending. Thanks very much.

Any ideas for the next story - that one worked out very well and two people sent me great ideas for it. Thanks both of you.
Dated:Tue Nov 16 19:57:57 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
Was it all right for me to finish the story? I hope everyone is not mad at me, I hope it was a good ending though. Sorry if I dissapointed anyone!
Dated:Tue Nov 16 19:47:43 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
Are coming to Knock did you say? Do you like Mayo? It was excellent when you to Caremorris though. I had a really great time!
P.S: I think I could ask my teacher or ring the library about competions, I hope I find one!
Dated:Tue Nov 16 19:21:52 2004  

Name: EDEL ODWYER CAHERELLY N.S
Message:HI CORA SORRY I DIDNT WRITE TO YOU YESTERDAY. ARE YOU GETTING A NEW WOLF
BOOK PLEASE WRITE BACK****EDEL*****
Dated:Tue Nov 16 18:28:08 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: I think the story I liked best was 'Lost'. I will do my best to find out about short story competitions - there are a lot of talented writers on this website.
Yes, I do think that the story 'Who was that Girl?' could be finished by anyone at any stage now.
We can start a new story next week, then. I'm going to Knock next week so I will be up in Mayo again.
At the moment I am writing a book called 'Who Betrayed Him?' I did three thousand words this morning. It was a good day for it. I enjoyed myself sitting in a warm room, looking out over misty green hills and typing an exciting story.
Dated:Tue Nov 16 16:19:14 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Which one of my stories do you think was the best?
Dated:Tue Nov 16 15:29:06 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:What book are you writing at the moment?
Dated:Tue Nov 16 15:24:48 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Thanks for putting my story on the Story Board! I finished Gorgeous in one day. It was really good. I didn't like Ann really. My favourite character was Fern. How many more pages do you think "Who was the Girl?" should go on for? Do you know of any competitions I could enter one of my stories in? Because last Christmas I came first in a competition. All the schools in East-Mayo were in it. My story was called "Puttykins Revenge". I might send it to you sometime.
Dated:Tue Nov 16 15:21:07 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Amy Mc: I hope you do find time to write a story. I always thought dialogue was a very strong point with you - I'm sure that it would sound very true-to-life.

Heather: I'm not sure about Mayo, but Clare (Sharon who writes on the Storyline won a prize in Clare last year) Limerick and Kerry, and I think Cork have them. Ask your teacher or else ring the library. Probably Castlebar would be best.
Dated:Mon Nov 15 21:37:46 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
I live in Co. Mayo. Is there any competions going on, do you know? I'd certainly enter one! Thanks for telling me.
Dated:Mon Nov 15 20:58:19 2004  

Name: amy mc
Message:cora,
its an all girl school! Yes i think that it would be a great idea about writing a story about 1st year life! I will start it!


From Amy
Dated:Mon Nov 15 19:59:34 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna:Just highlight the whole story, copy it (right click on the mouse) and then paste it into the space on the Story Club. Don't worry it's a bigger space than it looks. If you get a message saying it's too much, then try in two halves, but it should be OK.

Claire:I've fixed it - I think it's fine now.

Heather: which county do you live in?

Amy Mc: Yes, I think the story is going well. How is life at Secondary School? I'd love a story - perhaps over the holidays - about what it's like in first year Secondary. Is it mixed, or girls only?
Dated:Sun Nov 14 21:55:19 2004  

Name: Maryanna
Message:Hi Cora! I have finished my story..at last. How do I send it on to you? It might be too long though. It's four microsoft word pages. Too Long???
Dated:Sun Nov 14 21:30:51 2004  

Name: Claire
Message:Cora: I made a mistake. Of course Jennifer was the one who was adopted. Could you fix it and put in Jennifer instead of Patricia Smith? Thanks
Dated:Sun Nov 14 20:29:11 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
What type of competion would I go to? Would I go to short stories? I have no idea! Please tell me!
Dated:Sun Nov 14 19:19:11 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
Do you really think my story is good enough to be entered in a compition? I was gobsmacked when I saw what you thought about it. To me, it's a big thing for an author to say that to me!!!
Dated:Sun Nov 14 18:50:06 2004  

Name: amy mc
Message:Cora,
Finally I have gotten the chance to add my Story to the story club of"Who was the Girl" The story is getting on very well, i think! It reminds me of Jaqueline Wilsons the lottie Project!
Dated:Sun Nov 14 14:55:30 2004  

Name: Claire
Message:Chloe: I think both Drumshee Chronicles are brilliant - and I got such a schock at the end of Murder Strikes Again to find that the murderer was......?????? but I think Treachery at Midnight is the best Drumshee book ever. What does everyone else think???
Dated:Sun Nov 14 11:37:38 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Chloe: It’s difficult to say, but you might like to try ‘Murder Strikes Again’. A school in Limerick tried doing that with using a spreadsheet to record possible suspects – motive to murder, opportunity to murder etc. I thought that was a very good idea for a class novel project. If you liked ‘Murder at Drumshee’ you will probably like this one, also. However, there are worksheets for ‘Treachery at Midnight’ (under ‘Banished from Drumshee’) and I haven’t yet done some for ‘Murder Strikes Again’.
Dated:Sat Nov 13 20:43:46 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Leah: I’m glad you liked the Wolf books. They are great favourites of mine. I hope to have two new Wolf books published soon. They are called: ‘Wolf & the Palace of Gold’ and ‘Wolf & the School for Warriors’

Edel: I wrote ‘The Fed-up Vacuum Cleaner’ because I was fed up with vacuuming cleaning Wolf’s hairs!

Heather: I’ve just put your story on the Story Club board. I think it’s the best story that you have ever done!
Dated:Sat Nov 13 20:42:31 2004  

Name: LEAH MC DERMOTT
Message:HI CORA HOW ARE YOU TO DAY.I LOVED YOUR
WOLF BOOKS THAY WERE VERY GOOD. HOPE
WOLF IS WELL ****LEAH****
Dated:Sat Nov 13 14:30:58 2004  

Name: Nichole desmond
Message: thanks for writing back. I noticed that i forgot some spellings and words .well i will i will to get back soon to .
Dated:Sat Nov 13 13:41:59 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:I'm writing a new story at the moment. It's almost done but I have to space it out and do an ending as well.
Dated:Sat Nov 13 12:21:50 2004  

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