Coming 2015


Coming 2015;

Young Adult

12A: When a boy with an earring begins getting Elyot’s bus, Elyot can’t help but be ever so slightly intrigued by him. Elyot soon finds out that the boy with the earring is just what he needs.

Year Seven:
Senior School is scary for everyone, going from being the oldest to being the youngest and smallest. Joey knows whats coming because he has a big brother, Reece likes to act tough but is honestly terrified, Finley is scared of what could come and even more scared because he’s epileptic and Lucas, Lucas is just outright nervous but also trying to figure out what’s different about him.

New Adult

All is Equal: Nathaniel and Owen couldn’t be more different if they’d tried so the fact their relationship has lasted almost four years has amazed everyone, but now Nathaniel wants to find out if their differences will course problems so he invites Owen on their annual family holiday to the Shetland Islands but what starts as two weeks of having fun and enjoying being together soon becomes the biggest test on their relationship yet.

On Tour: G3-EK are doing a UK tour with Kings Road, G3-EK are the ultimate fandom band whereas Kings Road couldn’t be more different, so what’s the reason they’re touring together? Well it’s got to be something to do with the guitarist of G3-EK dating the lead singer of Kings Road, but that’s a secret.

Silencio: Imagine living your life without saying a word. Lewis was born mute and for the eighteen years of his life he hasn’t uttered a word, Lewis is going into his third year in college and whilst he’s there he comes across a boy who doesn’t need Lewis to speak a word, to hear what he’s saying.

Twenty-Two Steps: There’s bad coming out’s then their Taylor’s coming out. The day he came out it threw his life into a downward spiral but now he’s ready to get back up again – or so he hopes. Enrolled into a Musical Theatre course (his secret desire) and going out and meeting new people again scares Taylor to some extent but whilst he’s re-facing the world he’s also helping his ten year old neighbour face Secondary School. Taylor begins to realise that the world may be a scary place but shying away isn’t going to get him anywhere and he’s also going to find that occasional person that he dislikes along the way.

Vloggers: Calvin and Damian have been friends for 7 years and nothing more but that isn’t the case on their YouTube channel CD Player, driven by a fan comment Calvin and Damian keep up the act that they’re dating, but what happens when Calvin starts to date someone? And most importantly what happens when Damian begins having feelings for Calvin?


The Wedding Plan: Almost famous Children’s author Oliver Arthur has been dating Erotic writer Harry Emmett for seven years now and finally it’s come the day of their wedding but with all their author deadlines and interviews they forgot to do one thing – plan the wedding. Now with 19 days to go they have to knuckle down, they give up writing for 19 days and truly focus on their wedding. But can they do it?


Death’s Apprentice: It’s time for Alfie to be introduced into the family business. Which is fine, learning a new skill maybe earning some money, he wishes. Alfie wishes his dad was engineer something mainstream but, of course he’s not. Now Alfie has to balance his school work and exams whilst learning how to become the Grim Reaper!


Gay Brigade: Ryan and Daniel (#3): Being big musical theatre stars isn’t easy anyway but add a three year old son to the equation just makes things harder! Daniel and Ryan have been married and had their son McKenzie Callum for three years and are both adjusting to being parents and being performers but what’ll happen when Daniel goes on tour for the first time since Kenny was born and Ryan getting a part in his first musical for nine years.
Gay Brigade: Darren and Luke (#4): Moving to America was never an easy decision for Darren but if it meant he got Luke he was always going to do it. Now it’s been seven years and these newlyweds are starting to consider new things. Luke and Darren start down the adoption route fighting for seven year old Dominic but Darren’s also starting to miss home and wants to spend more time in the UK. But will this sudden homesickness effect their chances of getting Dominic or even worse their relationship?

McKenzie Jackson: My Life (#3): McKenzie wasn’t always a high earning Playwright he was once a scared 14 year old boy who was being bullied on a daily basis. McKenzie Jackson: My Story follows McKenzie from when he was 14 showing his career and love life along the way.

Prince’s Tale II (#2): Matthew has gotten more into the public eye, attending events with his mother and doing his royal duties whilst also seeing Eddie secretly. Whilst this is going on Matthew’s mother is pressuring Matthew into going to University to get a degree, which Matthew doesn’t want to, his mother tells him the alternative is joining the Army. After telling Eddie this he decided to go to University, choosing the University Eddie attends and studying the same subject as him, his mother accepts it, he attends University under the name Matthew Sinclair.

Jonathan (#1): Jonathan’s going into his last year of University, next year he’ll finally be a fully qualified teacher the one thing he’s always wanted to be and he can’t wait until the end of the year. With his best friend being a bit of an ass and him just starting to find his feet everything seems to be piling on top of Jonathan until one night and a cosmopolitan, who’d have thought that was going to be the start of the best year of Jonathan’s life.

Armageddon (#2): McKenzie is bisexual and currently dating the school’s gay icon Michael Jacobs, but when a new girl starts at the school and tries out for the baseball team McKenzie can’t help but feel something for her and begins to question, he knows he loves Michael but he feels like Michael is keeping secrets from him, whilst the LGBT continues to grow and people begin to get more aware of its existence, McKenzie has to come to a conclusion.


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