Monthly Archives: March 2015
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.
Of the Isle of Bastion!
Meet Matthew the current Prince of the Isle of Bastion, upon Matthew’s 18th Birthday he is told that in five years he may become King now he just has to make the choice whether he wants to or not. Along the way he meets Eddie, a boy who he can’t help but fall instantly in love with, but will things run smoothly?
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So I took a location check because I was curious of the percentages of places I use, I was fully aware that most of my books where set in Liverpool, I did think it was going to be higher than 61% however, London is my next most popular, as most of my theatre books, dancer books are based in London. I had a time were I tried setting stuff in America, but I soon realised that writing British books, based in England was what made me unique and what I should be doing. Books in the other category include; All is Equal, which is based in the Shetland Islands, Prince’s Tale (1-5) which is based in the fictional island of the Isle of Bastion and Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies, which is based in Stafford. The 3 that are based in more than one places are Bon Voyage which is set on a cruise ship, On Tour which is on a travelling tour bus and Until Next Time which alternates between America and the UK.