Is it possible to write more than 1 char to Serial.read()?

Hi guys, i know its a noob question, but still, i was trying to figure if i could write more than just one character to serial monitor

int ledazul = 8; // LED VERMELHO
int scLed1 = 9; // LED 1 do smartcine 
int scLed2 = 10; // LED 2 do smartcine
int scLed3 = 11; // LED 3 do smartcine
int scLed4 = 12; // LED 4 do smartcine
int scLed5 = 13;
int fan = 6;

char val;
void setup() {
  pinMode(ledazul, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(scLed1, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(scLed2, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(scLed3, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(scLed4, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(scLed5, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(fan, OUTPUT);
  Serial.begin(9600);
  }
void loop() {
  if(Serial.available()> 0)
  {
    val=Serial.read();
  }else{
      //Serial.println("Indisponível");
    }
    bool ledState = false;
    if(val == 'A')
    {            
      digitalWrite(ledazul, HIGH);
      ledState = true;
      }
    if(val == 'B')
    {
    digitalWrite(ledazul, HIGH);
    ledState = true;
    }
        if(val == 'C')
    {
    digitalWrite(scLed1, HIGH);
    ledState = true;
    }
        if(val == 'D')
    {
    digitalWrite(scLed2, HIGH);
    ledState = true;
    }
        if(val == 'E')
    {
    digitalWrite(scLed3, HIGH);
    ledState = true;
    }
    if(val == 'F')
    {
    digitalWrite(scLed4, HIGH);
    ledState = true;
    }
    if(val == 'G')
    {
     digitalWrite(scLed5, HIGH);
    }
    if(val == 'S')
    {
    digitalWrite(fan,HIGH); 
    Serial.println("fan ligado");
   }
  }

The code above shows what i write on the bluetooth program to turn on my leds, i want to make it a word so i can do like "blueledon" turns on, and blueledoff to turn off.

Read the updated serial input basics thread to get ideas.

interesting, thanks.