Hello, I’m Siobhan…




I’m an award-winning author of books for young adults and adults.

And I’m passionate about daring others to love, create and dream.

My new novel, The Moonlight Dreamers, is a celebration of daring to dream.

And I’m ‘over the moon’ that Amazon have chosen it as their YA BOOK OF THE MONTH!



Here’s what some early reviewers have to say:

Within the pages of this book I lost myself, but it was within these pages that I found myself too. Sensational and unforgettable, falling in love with this book came as naturally as breathing. The best book I’ve read all year.Blog of a Bookaholic

The Moonlight Dreamers is the book I had waited to be written for years, female empowerment, realistic, creative female characters, ordinary girls with extraordinary ways of looking at the world. I completely loved the idea of a group of girls finding each other by chance, all with a similar need for a real honest to god friendship with no fakeness, each supporting and encouraging each other. We need more of this in the world. This was a completely magical story. I loved it. If you like books about being different yet still fitting in this is the book for you. P.S. Oscar Rocks!Lovereading4kids.co.uk

AMAZING! Really gorgeous holiday read about unlikely friendship, moonlight adventures & Oscar Wilde! A Summer Must Read.’ @drawingonbooks

I loved this book for several reasons. I loved the girl relationships within this book. I loved the diversity in this book. The characters are all from very different backgrounds some of which I haven’t seen portrayed in YA before and it was nice to see stereotypes challenged and representation of these sort of girls out there because in every case the girls are so well done. All in all a brilliant read which I can’t recommend enough. The Overflowing Library

‘A beautiful book about friendship, standing up for what you believe in and finding the courage to be yourself and find your own unique place in the world.’ Lamont Books

‘This inspirational story about following dreams and the power of female friendship is as rich, warm and cheering as being curled up with a mug of hot chocolate on a bitterly cold day. Utterly charming through even the girls’ most challenging moments, the author’s portrayal of female friendship and self-empowerment is sublimely enriching, and the novel ends with a glorious sense that the girls’ journey is only just beginning: a lifetime of fortifying friendship and Moonlight Dreaming awaits.’ Love Reading

‘A charming story of female friendship and empowerment, creativity and embracing who you are without conforming to what other people think you should be. Maia and a Little Moore

‘Out of all Curham’s books, this one is particularly gorgeous – and I’m not just talking about that beautiful cover. The only way I can think of to describe The Moonlight Dreamers is that it’s like a hug, and it’s absolutely perfect for fans of Holly Bourne and Keris Stainton. A must-read.’ The Mile Long Bookshelf

‘Curham’s The Moonlight Dreamers is written in her trademark intuitive style and demonstrates a keen sensitivity to the issues facing young women such as body image, social media, matters-of-the-heart and friendships. Embedded in her work are positive messages that encourage individual self-expression and resistance to social pressure to conform … An inspirational story where sensitive, creative types find the courage to be themselves.Readings.com

‘I really enjoyed reading this book despite being a few years older than the target teenage readers! I cared about the four girls and wanted to see how things panned out for them. This is an excellent book. It is well written with good characters and addresses many real life situations for teenagers. It is also liberally sprinkled with quotations from Oscar Wilde which has to be a bonus!’ DnS Media

Find out more about The Moonlight Dreamers and buy a copy here.



A Moonlight Dreamers website is being launched alongside the book.

It is packed to the rafters with inspirational videos, podcasts and posts.

And there are loads of fun extras from the book, including character blogs, competitions and an Oscar Wilde quote generator!

If you’d like to find out more, or need some inspiration with a dream, hop on over now.



For inspirational musings on life, love and creativity, take a read of my blog, Dare to Dream.

DatingAdvice.com named it one of their top ten blogs for dating courage.

And HerFuture.com selected it as one of their ‘blogs we dig’.

Here are a few of my most popular recent posts to tempt your reading tastebuds:

Why Getting Dropped by My Publisher was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

Ten Life Lessons Learned on a Book Tour

Social Media … Don’t Let it Be the Boss of You

15 Things I’ve Learned from 15 Years as a Writer



34 thoughts on “Home

  1. Cléonie S. says:

    Hi Siobhan (Can I call you like that?) 🙂

    So: I finished one of your books (Dear Dylan) and I just loved it so so so so much. Its obviously one of my fav’ books! I cried a lot of times (4 to be exactly) it was so moving. Now that I discovered one of your books, I will try to read the others 🙂
    Thanks for this perfect book. Stay beautiful and dont ever change ????

    PS:Sorry if my sentences are wrong, but I’m french and only 13years old! I’m actually learning this language at School ahah 😀

  2. siobhan says:

    Hi Cleonie,
    Merci beaucoup for your lovely message. I’m so pleased you enjoyed Cher Dylan and your English is great! So pleased you liked Jamie too! 🙂 Siobhan x

  3. Marleen Fransis says:

    Hi Siobhan

    I just finished one of your books Finding Cherokee Brown. It was an amazing book and I really enjoyed it. As an assignment I am doing a book review on it and I will encourage everyone in my class to read it. Thank you for your inspiring novel and it was an amazing book to read.

    Thank You,
    Marleen Fransis

  4. siobhan says:

    Thank you so much, Marleen – so glad you enjoyed it and I really appreciate you recommending it to your class. Siobhan x

  5. Hebah says:

    Hey Siobhan!

    I’ve started reading your book “Dear Dylan” and I am really enjoying it. (:
    I’m really excited for the Writing Workshop you’re going to be doing at our school next term- my friend and I have signed up to it!!

  6. siobhan says:

    Hi Hebah, lovely to hear from you! Really pleased you’re enjoying Dear Dylan and looking forward to meeting you next month 🙂 x

  7. tamara lauser says:

    Hey Sibohan!

    I finished one of your books (ship wrecked) and it was great???? I’ve to present it in school but it’s very difficult because we have to tell something about the writer and I don’ t find any information about you:( can you tell me something for example when you were born? I would be very happy if you answer me 🙂

    And I’m sorry if my English isn’t so good but I’m only 13 years old.

    Thank you

  8. tamara lauser says:

    Sorry I would send it without ?? Because your book I really great! I love it

  9. siobhan says:

    Hi Tamara,
    Your English is great! I’m so pleased you enjoyed Shipwrecked 🙂 There is some information about me on the ABOUT page on this website. I’m also from London and I have one son. Hope this helps – if not please feel free to email me with any specific questions via the CONTACT page. Siobhan x

  10. Helen Keevil says:

    ive recently discovered your book True Face in the school library and am aiming to promote it to girls here at the College for summer reading, would you be interested in visiting the College to speak to girls about your writing and personal experience?
    I’m a former boarding Housemistress and now run the Personal and Social Development programme for the pupils
    Let me know, we are in Epsom Surrey

  11. siobhan says:

    I would love to! Will send you an email…

  12. Pearl says:

    Hey Siobhan 🙂
    Walked into a book store and picked “True face” i dont stick to a book for long 😐 but this one was soo very intersting full of examples n i felt like its for me! I finished it in like 2 days and its like a bible to me now its soo very helpful to me i really want to thank you for it. I started writing too just a beginner writer in wordpress and would love if you can guide for im doing well or not 😀 http://www.designinglife01.wordpress.com
    Im going to get another helpful power book written by you..its like an elder sister explaining true way of living life! 🙂 take care.

  13. siobhan says:

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment! I’m so pleased you’ve got so much help from True Face – that’s made my day 🙂 And I love your blog. It looks fantastic and is really well written. That cotton bud sheep is amazing and it was so nice to see the True Face inspired posts too. Keep up the great work!

  14. Pearl says:

    Yippie! Thank you so much! Xx

  15. Philippa says:

    Dear Siobhan Curham
    I love Shipwreckend it’s Not fantastic or good it’s amazing
    Normal I hate reading books , but your books I can read every time
    I also read Captured and I love it to, but i don’t like the end , because Grace is with Cruz on the island. I hope you write an third part.
    I will read more from the mistery Island and Grace and Cruz and Hortense .

    Trank you for the best two books in my life!

  16. siobhan says:

    I’m so pleased you enjoyed them – especially as you normally hate reading! What a compliment. Thank you x

  17. Harriet Heron says:

    Hi Siobhan, is there any news on Part 3 of the “Shipwrecked” Saga?
    Thank you

  18. siobhan says:

    Hi, no news at the moment I’m afraid. Will post on here the second I hear something…

  19. Danielle says:

    Hello, I have just finished both of the Shipwrecked books and I know you have written that your publishers are waiting for TV to catch up etc but I was just wondering, has the 3rd book been written yet and just waiting to be published, or is it in the process of being written or have you not started it yet? I just ask because I really enjoyed the books and am so intrigued to find out what happens next. You are an incredible author and deserve much more credit for your work.

  20. siobhan says:

    Ah, thank you so much, that’s so kind of you. I plotted the series as a trilogy but my publisher only contracted me for the first two until the TV series was made. Unfortunately that side of things has been taking ages to come together so the way it stands at the moment is that the third book is plotted but not yet written. It’s very frustrating and I’m getting emails from readers every day now, asking about it, but unfortunately it’s completely out of my hands. I’ll let you know as soon as I hear anything… S x

  21. Estelle says:

    Hello my name is Estelle I have 13 years and I just read your book “section Jessica heart of Jupiter” I must introduce this week in my class but after much research I did not find information from you, I have to present the book and also the author, and I have not found information about you, so you pouriez contact me to give me some one?
    sorry for my English I speak french

  22. siobhan says:

    Hi Estelle, please could you email me your questions via the Contact page on this website and I’d love to help. Merci! Siobhan x

  23. Melisa says:

    Dear Siobhan,
    I had a great time at your workshop at my school today and I have learnt a lot from it. I’m looking forward to reading ‘Finding Cherokee Brown’which you signed for me!

  24. siobhan says:

    Hi Melisa,
    It was so lovely to meet you today – I had so much fun! I’m so pleased you enjoyed the workshop and I really hope you enjoy the book. I’ve been invited back so hopefully see you again soon 🙂 Siobhan x

  25. Theresa says:

    Dear Siobhan,
    I’m an austrian girl and I’ve read your books called ” Shipwrecked” and “Captured” these are the best books I’ve ever read. It would be amazing for me if you will write a end to this great story because I really want to know if Grace gets back her old body and what to Hortense happened in New Orleans.
    Thank you

  26. siobhan says:

    Thanks so much for your lovely message. I really want to end the story too – if not in a third book then at least in a short story. I’ll let you know as soon as it happens. S x

  27. Arsalan K says:

    i loved your visit to our school and i hope to see you again …
    still waiting to get my hands on moonlight dreamers .

  28. siobhan says:

    It was so lovely to visit your school and get to meet you. I hope I can come back to Sharjah soon. I’d love to know what you think of The Moonlight Dreamers when it comes out. thank you for making feel so welcome so far from home 🙂

  29. Clare - Louise Gerbault says:

    Hi Siobhan,I picked up a copy of The Moonlight Dreamers today in a bookshop in New Zealand;the little city of Napier,to be exact.
    Ostensibly, I purchased it for my English students. However,I’m enjoying reading it now.
    Kind regards,Clare – Louise Gerbault

  30. siobhan says:

    Wow! It’s so lovely to hear of The Moonlight Dreamers being read so far from home! I hope you and your students enjoy it and would love to hear what you guys think. Thank you 🙂

  31. Lou-Ann says:

    I really loved the sage “Signs of love” so I would to ask you if there will be a number 5? Please I want to know the futur of Gemma ahah.
    Bye! (Sorry i’m french I don’t know if you understand what I’m saying)

  32. Joni-11yrs-dotts says:

    Hi I just bought you book yesterday but I’ve finnished it just now I absolutely loved it and I have never read anything quite like it. I think that put 4 different people in it with all very different that when you read the book it was like experiencing being 4 different people at once!
    It was the best book I’ve read in ages!!!

  33. siobhan says:

    Thank you so much! I’m so pleased you enjoyed it 🙂 S x

  34. siobhan says:

    Merci! I’m sorry but there won’t be a book 5. I imagine that Gemma goes on to have an exciting future as a journalist 🙂 So happy you enjoyed the series S x

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