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Name: Patricia
Message:Hi did you get your books?
Dated:Sat Oct 23 15:41:34 2004  

Name: Jennifer
Message:Thanks for the advice when i finish my story i will put it in the story club
Dated:Sat Oct 23 11:53:07 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna: To send your own story click on the words Story Club and then when you get that page fill in your name, school age etc. and send your story. Don't send a story, though, until it's completely finished. If you only want to do a bit of a story, just add your bit to the Stone Circle.
Jennifer: I suppose that depends on who says the story is good. A parent or teacher might say 'good' just to encourage you. A good story must be interesting and exciting and have a good beginning, a good middle and a good end.
Dated:Fri Oct 22 21:22:54 2004  

Name: Jennifer
Message:Hi! is it good when you write a story+plan it well.Would it be good to get a GOOD?
Dated:Fri Oct 22 20:57:07 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Laura & Naomi: Yes, Vivian and Clive were related but only very, very distantly. They would be able to marry each other as they were just related through great-great-great grandmothers.
Stephanie: Thanks for your story. It's a great idea for a story, but it's only an idea. Not enough happens in the story - the happy ending comes too quickly to make it a real story. If I were you I would work on it and make it exciting and tense and then perhaps you could have a happy ending, but at the moment it all comes too quickly and it wouldn't be a story that people would want to buy.
Patricia: The same thing applies to your stories - loads of good ideas, but you need to work on them in order to get your readers gripped.
Dated:Fri Oct 22 18:09:58 2004  

Name: Maryanna
Message:Hi Cora!Thanks for copying my story,but how do you actually get into writing your own story???
Dated:Fri Oct 22 18:07:25 2004  

Name: laura+naomi
Message:dear cora, i would like to ask you about the book w.w.2. were clive +vivian related?
Dated:Fri Oct 22 17:43:30 2004  

Name: Alice
Message:Thank you Cora!!!! I did view the story board, its cool! I will enter my story once I finish it!
Dated:Fri Oct 22 16:13:06 2004  

Name: Patricia
Message:i have wrote loads of stories but i never get them on the site
Dated:Fri Oct 22 16:12:21 2004  

Name: Lorna
Message:Thanks for the idea for my story it is a great help!!! I might enter it into the story board!!!
Dated:Fri Oct 22 16:11:22 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Thank you Cora!
Dated:Fri Oct 22 15:24:00 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna: I've got your story safe - you put it onto the storyline instead of the Story Club Board, but I've copied it and saved it until you finish the story.
Dated:Thu Oct 21 21:13:56 2004  

Name: Jennifer
Message:Lorna its a brill book if you like fantisy! I have only read 2 chapters but its good so far!
Dated:Thu Oct 21 20:42:26 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think your latest story is great, Alannah. I've just put on the Story Club board so go and have a look at it. Congratulations!
Dated:Thu Oct 21 19:34:45 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I'll try to think of a longer story next time Cora. Bye!
Dated:Thu Oct 21 15:09:12 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lorna: If I were making up a story about the Haunted Castle I would think of a clever end and write that first. It could be that the ghost is friendly/unfriendly/true/not true – there is a lot of scope for imagination there. Think about it and then write your end. When you get to plan your story you should build in lots of tension – perhaps a bit where suddenly everything goes wrong and the main character is in terrible danger.
Jennifer: That’s very nice of you. I’m glad you like my books. I do get inspiration from real people sometimes. In ‘Secret Spy from Drumshee’ I was inspired by a real boy called Ronan Kildea who is very clever but suffers from cerebral palsy.
Dated:Thu Oct 21 12:10:55 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Denise: I have loads of stories to go through and I have been away from home for most of October. Do make sure that you finish the new story that you are writing because I am only going to put good stories with a good end on the Story Club from now on.
Alice: To get on to the Story Club: go to the first page and click on story club – you’ll find yourself on the page where everyone adds a bit to a running story. On the top of that page on the right-hand side facing you is ‘Story Club’. Click on that and you’ll find yourself on the right page for entering a story.

Dated:Thu Oct 21 12:09:35 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maryanna: That’s a very good start to a story. I think what you should do now is to find some way of resolving the problem. Either it can be through talking the bullies around, or frightening the bullies in some way, or else perhaps rescuing them from a dangerous situation. The last would probably make the most exciting story.
Aoife & Shannon: Thanks for your message. You could try ‘Murder Strikes Again’. I think you’d like that. I must say I like millennium@drumshee, also.
Chloe: A good beginning for a story. Now you should try and make up an exciting incident where the disabled boy does something amazing. Don’t rush. Build up the tension. Perhaps he gets into danger.

Dated:Thu Oct 21 12:08:16 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Laura & Alannah: ‘Gorgeous’ has now sold out its first print-run and is being reprinted. Anyone who wants it could probably order it from their nearest shop in case it runs out again before Christmas.
I think anyone can be an author as long as you have an imagination and can make up a story. Look for an original story – don’t copy a Jacqueline Wilson or other author’s story. That’s a great beginning to a story, Alannah. I hope you manage to finish both of them. I especially liked ‘Favourites’. It’s very true-to-life. I would love to put it on the Story Board, but I’ve made a rule that only good stories with good ENDINGS are going on the Story Board from now on.
Dated:Thu Oct 21 12:06:30 2004  

Name: Aoife rowley
Message:YOU ARE A REALLY GOOD AUTHOR. AND I HOPE I WILL GET TO READ ALL YOUR BOOKS
Dated:Wed Oct 20 17:47:51 2004  

Name: Aoife rowley
Message:YOU ARE A REALLY GOOD AUTHOR. aND I HOPE I WILL GET TO READ ALL YOUR BOOKS
Dated:Wed Oct 20 17:47:14 2004  

Name: Denise O Regan
Message:Cora you havn`t published my story about the school yet why? I am writhing another one soon i hope you read it . Denise
Dated:Wed Oct 20 16:09:29 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:I sent you my story "Explosion in the Sky" but I pressed the button before I had finished it so don't be surprised if you get an un-finished story. I also sent you a story called "Favourites". I hope you publish it. Bye
Dated:Wed Oct 20 15:58:07 2004  

Name: Alannah Thornburgh
Message:Hi again! How are you Cora? I'd love to read your book "Gorgeous". I'm going to send you another story and I hope you can get it on the Internet.
P.S. Please, please, please write back.
P.P.S. Can you give me some tips about writing books? I really want to be an author when I grow up.
Dated:Wed Oct 20 15:23:06 2004  

Name: Aoife Rowley and Shannon Rigby
Message:You were at our libary in Swinford on Friday 15 of October.We loved your story about the Gold.
Dated:Wed Oct 20 14:41:46 2004  

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