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  1. ThatPersonWhoLikesCheese says:


  2. harriet43 says:

    Hi “ThatPersonWhoLikesCheese”!! Thank you for your fantastic input today: you were great!

  3. Gemma says:

    Hi Harriet! I’m gemma, I came in on Monday for the workshop. I’ve started reading your book, the second one and it’s great! From gemma

  4. harriet43 says:

    Hi Gemma, So glad you’re enjoying it. It was great working with you today!

  5. Sumaiyah says:

    Hi! You worked with me on Monday 21st of May on a Literacy Woekshop. Same as Gemma!

  6. harriet43 says:

    Hi Sumaiyah, I remember you very well! Thank you for being such an excellent student. Hope you’re enjoying half-term.

  7. Grace says:

    Hi Harriet last night I had a really vivid dream that was so interesting and detailed. I also remembered how you got your inspiration for your first book so I did exactly the same and wrote down the key things please could u send me your email so I can send my story to you.

  8. harriet43 says:

    Hi Grace, Great to hear about your dream! I’m afraid I can’t exchange email addresses, but please feel free to post your story here!

  9. lillyw says:

    hello, this is Lilly from the school you have recently been to. I was wandering how you liked my book and if you have any feed back on it. I have read up to chapter 2 on the book, ‘the boy who fell down exit 43′ momentarily I am enjoying it.

  10. harriet43 says:

    Hi Lilly, It was great working with you the other day. I have read your book and loved it: thank you for letting me have it. Really glad you are enjoying EXIT 43.

  11. lillyw says:

    in English we had written our stories and I would like to share some of mine with you:

    The needle of Dajavou! (magic)
    As I stomped to my bedroom, after having a hasty argument with my parents, I spotted something glimmering in the cracks of the floor boards. (curiosity shot through my veins like a bullet shooting out of a gun.) one floor board started glowing a bit, so I very quickly ripped it from the floor; it revealed a box with no lid full of hay. another floor board started glowing next to it; it was glowing brighter than the one glowing first. underneath both of them was hay… Then I started rummaging through it. my finger touched something , as it made contact I had a vision. I saw a rainbow flash in the sky then, I came back to the situation I was in. power surged through me as I picked up the box. it felt light. It looked heavy, it smelt like mums’ perfume)mainly because she always sprays her perfume on the landing space so it lands on the floor boards.,I know its really weir. . . ANYWAY!) as I tried to open the box it got stuck half way. after a minute of trying my hands started to glow bright orange. . .

    by the way I have commented an exit , I was exit number 1 in London cathedral in a secret loft no one knows exist…

  12. harriet43 says:

    Hi Lilly, Yes, I got your Exit number and replied on that page of the website – thank you! Love your story. Very inventive storyline and really interesting use of language. Unusual and compelling. Well done!

  13. lillyw says:

    hi Harriet, sorry to bother you in the 6 weeks holiday, but I started to write 6 books and I would like to share them to you. by the way this message might be long so be prepared to be reading for 20 minutes.

    my books are:
    moonlit sky,
    midnight moonlight,
    Neon song,
    wing wonder,
    mystic four.

    the next message will be the stories because in the process of writing this message, for some reason my computer decided to delete all of y writing and I got up to writing wing wonder so I will be writing a second message.

  14. harriet43 says:

    Hi Lilly, WOW!!! You have been so busy! Thank you for sending me all this. I have enjoyed reading it all hugely and think you are very, very imaginative. It’s wonderful that you have immersed yourself in writing stories over the summer holidays. Keep up the good work!

  15. Leela Estocapio says:

    12th Century quote:
    “ The mind for truth Begins, like a stream, shallow at first, but then adds more and more depth while gaining greater clarity. ”
    ― Saigyō, Mirror for the Moon
    from Leela Estocapio, Age 9

  16. harriet43 says:

    Thank you, Leela. Beautiful words!

  17. ella says:

    hey harriet remember me ella from chasetown community school I btought your book the boy who fell down exit 43 I just wanted to say how amazing and creative your books are I love them so much

  18. harriet43 says:

    Hi Ella, How lovely to hear from you! So glad you are still enjoying reading my books. Hope all is well with you.x

  19. horse123 says:

    hi I saw you on friday I was leading you around maple court and I loved seeing you

  20. harriet43 says:

    Hi Lacey, Thanks so much for your help! You were fantastic!

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