• Sara Curran

Finalist in the 2021 Page Turner Awards





Last night, I was informed that I am a Finalist in the internationally renowned Page Turner Awards 2021 Adapted Screenplay Award with my Young Adult Sci Fi/Dystopian/Time Travel book, Dead Sun: Lady of Londinium. Woohoo! Check out the The Page Turner Awards Finalists Page.


Fingers crossed I will be one of the chosen ten in the final round to have my story optioned for a film. I will know by the end of September. Watch this space!


In the meantime, check out the blurb for the story below and find it on Amazon.



One girl. Five boys competing for her love and the power she alone controls. Seventeen-year-old Clara Driscoll has travelled from 1987 into the 26th century where the Earth drifts through space without a sun, and London has moved underground and turned goth.

1987. Empath Clara Driscoll has been seeing visitors from other dimensions all of her life and has been bullied because of it. Moving north, she attends Ravenshead Private School in the beautiful Lake District to continue her A-level studies where several girls have gone missing without a trace. Before Clara can use her gift to find them with the help of her new friend, handsome American student, Carter Grayson, whose sister is one of the missing, she is attacked by a group of flesh-eating creatures. A gorgeous Dystopian Vampire with long blonde hair, Darius Constantine rescues her and takes her back to his own world, London of the future on an Earth without a sun in darkness, drifting through space. Londinium is a vast rich colourful-layered futuristic Victorian underground city complete with buildings, sky and even a beach without sunlight. Here mutated humans, Vampires, Werewolves, Angel and Demon forms and more live. With the help of Darius and Carter, it is here Clara searches for the girls who have been sold to Vampires for pure blood and Monks with a terrorist agenda whilst discovering it may not be the first time she has visited Londinium. But Vampires, zombie flesh-eaters, cyborgs and sword-wielding Monks aren’t the only hazard. Clara finds herself the object of fascination for the Emperor’s attractive son, Octavius and the alluring dangerous Lord Phraeon alongside Darius and Carter, all ready to compete for the new Lady of Londinium’s hand.




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