Boys & Books!!

It’s official… boys are reading and liking my books too! The new website has been getting lots of great feedback from boy readers as well as girls… yay!
OK, it takes an especially cool boy to read a sparkly-type book. The covers are pretty girly, I admit, but the stories really aren’t… and lads are waking up to that! Besides, if boy readers take a few tips from characters like Kian, Finn, Carter & Paul, that’s good news all round!
So… what do boys really think?

DOMINIK SAYS
Although I’m a boy, I still enjoy your books. Scarlett is a very good book – sad, happy, romantic and funny. Also, it won the ‘John Lewis Solihull Children’s Book Award’ which was voted for by children. I voted for Scarlett to win – of course!

RYAN SAYS..
Kids at school have seen me reading your books, and said “Woooo, look who’s reading a girl’s book!” So I’d like to ask if you could write a book based on a boy to show them that your the best kids author ever !!!
my favourite of your books…
1.indigo blue
2.scarlett
3.sundae girl

JOE SAYS
Ok, I’ll admit it. I am a boy. So what? So… I cried. Because of a book. So…WHO CARES?! I LOVE THIS BOOK! The ending was magical, and that was where I cried. This book is brilliant. I loved every bit of it.

MATTY SAYS
I usually read fantasy books but picked up my sister’s Driftwood a while ago and that was it – hooked. The story was so real and I could totally see where Kit was coming from. I’ve read Scarlett and Sundae Girl too, and can’t wait for Lucky Star. Might have to fight my sister for it!

So… are my books just for girls, or should boys read them too? Let me know what YOU think!
Cathy xxx

Comments on Boys & Books!!

  1. My next book, Lucky Star, is written from the viewpoint of a 14 year old boy… I think boys and girls alike are going to love it!

    Posted by: C on 7th November 2017
  2. I think that boys should be able to read these books, too, as it’s not particularly directed at either girls or boys, although girls generally do seem to read it more. Besides, it’s better for them than reading all those violent books and stuff…lol

    Posted by: L on 7th November 2017
  3. i think that its a cool idea for boys to read to and i think its mean for people to think your books are just for girls anyway i think people are afraid of wat others might think when they want to do something they like but are scared! and boys who do read your books and enjoy have got guts compared to those who are just scared!

    Posted by: F on 7th November 2017
  4. Like…. why can’t they read them. Your books are excellent for both boys and girls but if your really worried maybe you should write a book for boys and please don’t stop writing because I LOVE THEM SO MUCH

    Posted by: A on 7th November 2017
  5. heya cathy! i think its totally aewsome that boys are reading your books! well, i caught my older bro brandon reading sundae girl. he wasnt embarrassed wen i saw him, but he did go red!

    Posted by: K on 7th November 2017
  6. I think reading is as much for boys as it is for girls like dizzy was not realy based on a girl compleatly so i dont find it wrong infact im trying to get my brother to read it!!!. Its so addictive.

    Posted by: C on 7th November 2017
  7. I think guys can enjoy books too!
    Its not a thing we can take away from them, if they get joy out of it them I say just let them be

    Posted by: C on 7th November 2017
  8. OK did a BOY just say MAGICAL and ROMANTIC, boys i can not TELL YOU HOW BRILLIANT YOU ARE.. and you cried!! i am NOT making fun of you but i have now shared the same experience with a boy!! I AM SOOO PROUD! WELL DONE BOYS!

    Posted by: H on 7th November 2017
  9. Why are boys so embaressed to read books there is nothing to be afraid of books help with your reading and at my school boys have to read books and we enjoy them for the boys who are not afraid to read well done! i am really proud of you cause then you rock!

    Posted by: M on 7th November 2017
  10. Boys are like girls only wimpier! I think its great that boys read these books, it helps them understand girls and shows them that we all get problems sometimes…

    Posted by: R on 7th November 2017

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