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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I've just started a new story - it's called 'The Great Adventure' so now anyone can add to it.
Dated:Fri Nov 19 08:39:54 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Heather: I've put your story on the Story Club board. I thought it was excellent. Your dialogue sounds so authentic (true-to-life) and you obviously plan your ending before you start. That is the secret of a good story.
By the way, I noticed that you spoke of 'Assembly'. Do you have assembly in Irish schools, or is that something you've picked up from reading books set in England?
Dated:Fri Nov 19 08:30:25 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
If you get a couple of stories without the details filled in that was me, I pressed something that sent it by accident!!
Dated:Thu Nov 18 21:57:03 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: Yes, that's fine. I'll save the story for you and then you can add to it from time to time. Just use me as your story bank!
By the way, are you allowed to use your own floppy disk in school? That might be useful to you because you can just insert your floppy disk and carry on from where you left off.
Dated:Thu Nov 18 16:06:36 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I've sent another story to you. It's a bit short but I hope you don't mind. I'm going to write another story about it too.
Is there any way you can save your story that you're sending to you because I have to use the computers at school and I can never write a good lomg story.
Dated:Thu Nov 18 15:35:31 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Loads of good ideas for stories – I’ll just give it another few days and let the ideas flow in and then I’ll start a new story.

Sinead: I’ll be really interested to know what you think of ‘Murder Strikes Again’. Did you read ‘Murder at Drumshee’?

Alannah: I know what you mean about a long story being good - the trouble is that people often haven’t the patience to read back if the story is too long and then mistakes can occur. I think this time we should ban people of the same name in the story. It does get confusing!
Dated:Wed Nov 17 19:14:31 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna: No, I have got your story yet. This is what you need to do:
1. On the opening page click Story Club
2. When you see the story ‘Who Was that Girl’, click on the words Story Club in the top right-hand corner.
3. Then you should see a page with a photo of some of the Story Club girls.
4. Above it are the words: ‘have you written…click here'. Do this.
5. Then you should get a page where you fill in your name, age, school, and title of story.
6. Then paste the story from your computer into the space at the bottom.
7. Then click on the button that says: ‘Post your story to the Story Club’
Dated:Wed Nov 17 19:07:19 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I think you should write another story like Millenium @ Drumshee. I loved it!
Dated:Wed Nov 17 18:55:26 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:My idea for a story maybe could be an adventure story. Like something to do with a jungle or something. Or something about bullying. I think a long story would be good since all the other stories always end really soon!
Dated:Wed Nov 17 18:52:35 2004  

Name: Maryanna
Message:Ideas? Maybe a girl who finds a diary about the War in Germany! The diary could have been the girls aunt or something.
Dated:Wed Nov 17 18:22:23 2004  

Name: Maryanna
Message:Hi Cora, I tried sending you my story but I don't know if it's actually sent. If it isnt I'll try and send it again.
Dated:Wed Nov 17 18:19:49 2004  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
I asked my teacher did she know any writing competions that were on, but she didn't know.So the next time I go to the library I'll ask!
Dated:Wed Nov 17 17:39:17 2004  

Name: Sinead
Message:Cora,
I've just got ''Murder strikes again'' yesterday.I'm starting it today.I'll keep you informed on what I think about it.
Dated:Wed Nov 17 16:02:26 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:Something more morden notthing to do with History
Dated:Wed Nov 17 15:10:30 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Tracey: It would be a shame to tell you that because it would spoil the excitement of the story. You'll have to just read on - or is your teacher reading the story to the whole class?
Dated:Wed Nov 17 13:45:03 2004  

Name: TRACEY
Message:WHO IS THE GIRL IN THE BOOK GEOGOUS WHO WINS THE PART IN THE FILM BECAUSE ME AND MY FRIEND READ THE FIRST CHAPTER AND ARE VERY INTERESTED IN IT.
Dated:Wed Nov 17 12:03:57 2004  

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  

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