SONGS ABOUT A GIRL
Book One in a heart-thudding trilogy about first love, pop music and the power of teenage obsession
"Terrifyingly truthful ..." THE GUARDIAN
"Compelling ... highly relevant" PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
< #1 Amazon bestseller: Children's Music eBooks (Aug '16) >
< Maximum Pop DEBUT OF THE YEAR Nominee (Sept '16) >
Charlie Bloom never wanted to be 'with the band'. She's happiest out of the spotlight, behind her camera, unseen and unnoticed. But when she's asked to take backstage photos for hot new boy band Fire&Lights, she can't pass up the chance.
Catapulted into a world of paparazzi and backstage bickering, Charlie soon becomes caught between gorgeous but damaged frontman, Gabriel West, and his boy-next-door bandmate Olly Samson. Then, as the boys' rivalry threatens to tear the band apart, Charlie stumbles upon a mind-blowing secret, hidden in the lyrics of their songs...
SONGS ABOUT US
Book Two in a heart-thudding trilogy about first love, pop music and the power of teenage obsession
Charlie Bloom is just an ordinary girl.
Who happened to spend last winter hanging out with the hottest boy band in the world. No biggie.
But that's all ancient history, and now Charlie doesn't have time to even think about Fire&Lights. Or what went down with Gabe ... until she's pulled into their world of glamour and paparazzi once again.
As old feelings are rekindled, Charlie notices that the band seems different this time. But then again, so is she ...
"Hilarious! It's The Inbetweeners meets Spinal Tap..." (Alex Marsh, author of Sex & Bowls & Rock and Roll)
< #1 Amazon bestseller: Biographical fiction (Sept '16) >
Chris and George are best friends, and they want to be rockstars. Unfortunately, a childhood spent playing in the school orchestra and listening to Jimmy Nail has left them a little fluffy round the edges, and at the age of 23, their acoustic duo Satellite doesn't resemble Bon Jovi nearly as much as they'd planned. So how do two ordinary boys from the Home Counties go about taking on the cut-throat world of rock 'n' roll?
They're just going to have to fake it.
Published 2014 by Red Button. Not suitable for young children.