Mia Castle


Mia Castle writes all sorts of things, for all sorts of people, under all sorts of pseudonyms. Her best-selling children's series is available in many languages, all over the world, and has been optioned for film.

FANMAIL is Mia's first book for teens from the Mia Castle Collection. Funny and sensitive and touching on the geeky, FANMAIL comes with its own Albuk of inspirational tunes, and two original songs - I CRY and SHOW ME TOMORROW - that are getting their own fanmail via radio airplay and youtube.

PINEAPPLE, a book to commemorate 100 years since World War 1 began, is the second in the Mia Castle collection. Featuring three individuals who cross time, countries and wars to find each other, PINEAPPLE melds a very contemporary teenage heroine with the stories of a few remarkable young men.

For more about FANMAIL, PINEAPPLE, the MIA CASTLE COLLECTION (and to hear the Fanmail songs or check out the Mia Castle Albuks), go to www.miacastlebooks.com

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I sketched out two words in the dirt with my dummy when I was 9 months old. They said 'Feed me'. That's pretty much how it's been ever since ...
What's the story behind your latest book?
Cat Andrews is nerdy and has hair wings. Her Biffle, Dolores, is busty and gorgeous. They can't imagine how they could be more different. And yet somehow they end up chasing the same guys ...

Fanmail is about the one sixteen year old girl in the whole entire world who doesn't get boybands, doesn't have any lasting passions to be a WAG or date Harry Styles, and would far rather get on with her exams that go to a concert and try to meet a boy band star. So when the world's biggest boyband dream teen ends up camping in her shed, nobody is more surprised - and upset about it - than she is.
So it sounds like a story about girls and boybands, and indeed it is. More than that, though, it's a story about girls and being a teenager, and girls and their best friends, and girls and their families. With hormones and hair wings thrown in.

And while Cat is not a fan of boybands, at all, the same cannot be said of me, the author.My many boyband near-misses are detailed on my blog.
Read more of this interview.

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Smashwords book reviews by Mia Castle

  • What Love Is on July 17, 2014

    Thoughtful and thought-provoking coming-of-age novel with interesting dilemmas for today's young adults. The entries from Italy in WW2 are particularly gripping, authentic and heart-rending, and tie past and present together very effectively. Highly recommended for YA, history buffs, and anyone who appreciates strong women.