• Guest Post

    Siobhan Curham on Finding Your Inner Cherokee

    Today I have a guest post for you from Siobhan Curham, author of some fantastic books including Finding Cherokee Brown and Dear Dylan. These books were fiction novels aimed at the teen market and really hit the nail on the head when it came to real teen issues.  Siobhan’s new book is related closely to Finding Cherokee Brown but is a non-fiction title dealing with the very real issues surrounding bullying. It publishing this week to coincide with National Anti-Bullying Week and Siobhan is my guest today to tell you more!   *** In March of this year, my novel Finding Cherokee Brown was published. Finding Cherokee Brown tells the…

  • Book Review,  Reviews

    Finding Cherokee Brown – Siobhan Curham

    “I’ve decided to write a novel. If I don’t write a novel I will kill somebody. And then I will go to jail and, knowing my lousy luck, end up sharing a cell with a shaven-headed she-he called Jeff who smokes roll-ups and thinks it’s cool to keep a fifteen-year-old girl as a slave. But if I write a novel I can kill as many people as I like with my words and never have to be anyone’s slave.” Clare is fed up. She’s got to live up to her mum’s idea of the perfect family, a family that she doesn’t even fit in to, her best friend has moved…

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    Dear Dylan – Siobhan Curham

    “From: georgie*harris@hotmail.com To: info@dylancurtland.com Date: Mon, 22 May 16:05 Subject: Love Dear Dylan, Oh my God, this feels really weird, writing you an email as if I know you or something! But the thing is, I really feel as if I do know you. And – here goes – I love you. I know we haven’t met or anything, but sometimes when I watch you in Jessop Close I feel as if you’re talking just to me.”  Georgie’s first major crush is Dylan Curtland, except she can’t exactly flirt and bat her eyelashes at him like her friend Jessica does to Jamie, the boy she fancies. That’s because Dylan isn’t…