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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia, Lisa & Emma: It's very hard for me to judge the best or the funniest book that I wrote. It depends on the age group as a book that is right for an eight or seven year old is not right for a twelve year old. How old are you three? Which class in Dunmanway are you in?
Dated:Sat Oct 9 20:10:06 2004  

Name: Danielle Smith
Message:Dear Cora Harrison you came to my school yesterday Friday 8th of oct . What was your 1st book you wrote. What is your favorite book that you wrote. Im going to ask Santa for some of your books.
Dated:Sat Oct 9 19:05:33 2004  

Name: Emma
Message:What was the best book u thought was the funest wrighting about
Dated:Sat Oct 9 16:37:40 2004  

Name: Patricia and Lisa
Message:hi.............am................am...............am.......am.......... How many books are you planning to write in the drumshee books??? We are from Dunmanway so did you enjoy your visit???
Dated:Sat Oct 9 15:58:47 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ruth: I had a lovely time at Dunmanway. I wish I could have had longer as there were so many interesting questions. I plan on writing about eight Drumshee Chronicles, going through Irish history, from the fifth century right up to the present day.

Chloe:I am surprised that Cluain is the name of a river. My Irish isn’t very good but I thought that Cluain meant meadow. Will you ask your teacher? She will know, I’m sure. Good luck with the homework.

Darren from Carrigaline: Thanks for writing. Let me know how you find my books when you’ve read one or two.

Jessie: I think I’ve solved it!

Johannes: There's room for about three thousand words on the Story Club. Try pasting your story in and see what happens.
Dated:Sat Oct 9 12:24:16 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Hello to everyone at St Vincent’s.
Katie: Yes, I remember your question. I can recommend the life of a writer. It’s great fun living in your imagination and making lots of exciting things happen.
My cat’s name is Polly.
Jenny: Glad you liked my website. The red roses are still blooming on my cottage- they’re in flower from Easter to almost Christmas every year.
Al & Eimear: My dog was born in April 1999. I hope you enjoyed my books.

Aisling: I’m delighted you liked ‘Wolf in the Midnight Forest’. I hope my last two ‘Wolf’ books are published soon. Wolf will get a bit older each time until he is grown-up and Mark, also, will get a bit older. I thought I might have Mark go to boarding school.

Dated:Sat Oct 9 12:20:55 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Samantha: Thanks for writing. I hope I see you soon, too. I loved St Vincent’s.

Amy & Shaunagh: I hope you might read the first Wolf book, ‘Wolf in the Midnight Forest’ now.

Raimot & Niamh: When I came home yesterday the dog was delighted to see me. Do you like dogs? I love dogs because they are so loving to their owners.

Shauna: Which part of ‘Wolf in the Frozen Mist’ did you like best? I like the Christmas Fair at the end of the story best.

Emma: I’m glad you liked my website. Yes, Wolf is a huge dog. The last time he was weighed he was over sixty kilos.

Dated:Sat Oct 9 12:17:54 2004  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Chloe: Yes, I’d love to come again. I loved St Vincent’s school.It was a lovely school.
Jade: Which is your favourite animal? Mine is definitely a dog, but I like cats and horses, also.

Samantha Russell & Shauna: Thanks for writing. Writers love to hear their books praised!

Sarah: Which bit of ‘Wolf in the Frozen Mist’ was the most exciting, did you think?

Leanne & Nicole & Caithlyn: Yes, Wolf was the size of a teddy bear when I got him first but by the time he was a year and a half old he was the size of a fully grown wolf.

Ciara: I’m glad you think my dog is handsome. That’s a very good word for him.
Dated:Sat Oct 9 12:16:30 2004  

Name: Roisin
Message:I hope you can remember me from the Dunmanway library.I cant wait to read your next book.From Roisin
Dated:Sat Oct 9 09:32:00 2004  

Name: Jessie
Message:cora, it has happened again exept this time I wrote the story near the same as Ruth! can you please help!!!
Dated:Fri Oct 8 20:23:43 2004  

Name: Ruth Collins
Message:Dear Cora,
Do you remember me from Dunmanway Library the other day?How many Drumshee chronicles do you plan on writing?
Dated:Fri Oct 8 19:54:58 2004  

Name: Katie Mc Loughlin
Message:Hi Cora,Its me the who asked you about the souterain.remember from St.Vincents.Your speech made me wounder if i`m cut out to be a writer.Anyway I was woundering what was your cats name I never got the chance to ask you.
It was strange what youu said about the girl that night in the bush.It seems weird you weren`t afraid.I would.Say HI to wolf.from
~*~*~*~*Katie mc~*~*~*~*~*~*
Dated:Fri Oct 8 19:02:14 2004  

Name: Jenny
Message:Hi Cora saw you today at St.Vincents.Thought you did a great speech.I will send in my story to the story club on Monday.I have read "Nula and Her Secret Wolf"and I am half way through "Murder at Drumshee"they are bought my mam said she will keep an eye out for "Georges".I am looking forword to reading some more of your books.From Jenny.P.S love your house and dog.Please write back.
Dated:Fri Oct 8 15:43:07 2004  

Name: AL AND EIMEAR
Message:hi cora .we are in 4th class.we saw

you in st vincents primary school.what age is your dog.we read some of your books.we hope we see you again.
Dated:Fri Oct 8 13:48:20 2004  

Name: AL AND EIMEAR
Message:hi cora .we are in 4th class.we saw

you in st vincents primary school.what age is your dog.we read some of your books.we hope we see you again.
Dated:Fri Oct 8 13:48:20 2004  

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