Welcome to my little corner of the web. Would you like a cup of tea? Coffee, perhaps? Just settle in and do whatever feels natural as you visit me.
My name is Kevin Klehr and this is my author site, currently posting the latest information on the re-release of my first novel, Drama Queens with Love Scenes, and the first release of its sequel, Drama Queens and Adult Themes, through Wilde City Press. Reviews of the books in the series can be read here.
You can sample my writing with a free PDF. Just click the typewriter graphic below to be treated with a few short stories and some excerpts from my novels.
Also, feel free to contact me through my various social media sites, as I look forward to making new friends on this adventure.
And check out the first draft of the opening chapter to a romance novella I’ve just signed to Wilde City Press – CLICK HERE – or check out the first draft chapter of the third Drama Queens novel by CLICKING HERE
SYDNEY PRIDE WEEK 2015
Thanks to Glenn and the Stonewall Hotel for allowing us to put on a night of Storytelling and Cocktails as part of Pride week. And also thanks to Les from The Bookshop, Darlinghurst for supporting us with book sales.
My fellow authors, Nigel Bartlett and Norman Fox, read with me on the night at this great grass-roots event.
QUEERMANCE – April 2015
I’m honoured to have been part of Queermance in Melbourne this year. For more information on this terrific celebration of GLBT fiction, click here. My blog about this event lives here.
WATCH OUT FOR MY ROMANCE NOVELLA!
I have recently signed a contract with Wilde City to publish my gay romance ebook, Nathan and the New Yorker. I will keep you updated on the upcoming release date. I’m very excited to have another title with this wonderful publisher.
CURRENTLY ON TOUR!
Keep an eye out for my blog tour with Ravenswood. Click here for details.
NOW AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIAN BOOK STORES!
You can now pick up my novels from The Bookshop in Darlinghurst, Sydney, thanks to the manager (and author), Graeme, and Hares and Hyenas in Fitzroy, Melbourne.