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TAKE THE QUIZ

Find out which Moonlight Dreamer you have the most in common with our fun quiz...

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THE BOOK

Find out more about The Moonlight Dreamers and read a sample chapter

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DARE TO DREAM

Dear Dare to Dream: How Can I Become a Writer and Find True Love

18/10/2016

I love coaching and advising others on achieving their dreams so I’m VERY happy to launch the Dear D…

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MEET THE MOONLIGHT DREAMERS

The book

Meet Amber, Rose, Maali and Sky, four very different girls, with one thing in common: they're fed up with being told how to look, what to think and how to act

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FORTUNE TELLER

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SECRET SOCIETY
NAME GENERATOR

Every secret society needs a cool and enigmatic name. If The Moonlight Dreamers has inspired you to set up a secret society of your own, use the generator above to come up with a name...

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WHAT WOULD OSCAR SAY?

Whenever Amber is in need of inspiration, she plays a game called ‘What Would Oscar Say?’ where she flicks through a book of his quotes, picking one at random. No matter what the problem, Oscar’s wit and wisdom never lets her down...

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SIOBHAN CURHAM

Siobhan Curham

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WILDE AT HEART

Read Amber’s blog, featuring guest posts from the Moonlight Dreamers

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