Thanks for stopping by…

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, an author with tales of dead actors, insecure angels and lovers trying to make sense of it all. I’m also the author of a dystopain novel about social media celebrities and their fans’ online addiction.

My new release is the futuristic tale of Tayler, the only man not addicted to Social Media Central. When he meets famous fashion blogger, Madeline Q, she introduces him to a world where celebrity status means everything.

You can read more about my new novel in a series of guest blogs featuring our photo shoot of the characters as seen in the trailer. And you can read an excerpt HERE.

  • My stop introducing the main character, Tayler, at On Top Downunder can be read HERE.
  • My second stop introducing Madeline Q at the Diverse Reader can be read HERE.
  • My next stop is right HERE where I explain how the trailer was made.
  • Read about Love Blogger, Shaun, at my Novel Approach stop HERE.
  • Meet photographer and troublemaker, Connor, at Scattered Thoughts, Rogue Words HERE.
  • Last but not least, visit Queer SciFi HERE for a blog about the origins of the story.

I also read from Chapters One and Two at a NineStar Press Facebook event. Catch these readings HERE and HERE.

Among my other works are three novels that are part of the Actors and Angels series which deal with theatre in the Afterlife, unrequited love, and unrequited lust. They’re fun, original and just a little silly.

You can also check out the Nate and Cameron comedies which ask the question “How do you love second best?” Both stories are available separately as ebooks, or they can be purchased together in a print edition.

Also out is an fun erotic novella called From Top to Bottom about a group of tops expanding their boundries.

So please, stay. Look around. Let’s get to know each other.


I popped onto author R.R. Campbell’s podcast series, Writescast, giving advice on writing Magic Realism. He has an ever growing number of episodes with many tips for authors covering everything from writing to marketing. Just click the icon below to listen to my episode.


I had a great time chatting to Tony Kay on the Artist First Radio Network. We chatted about my most influential editor, why Guy the angel is the readers’ favourite character in the Actors and Angels series, and why the Nate and Cameron books aren’t your typical romance stories. You can hear the interview by CLICKING HERE.

Thanks to Elisa and the Rainbow Awards for awarding Drama Queens and Devilish Schemes in the category of Best Gay Alternative Universe/Reality. Click here to read her comments.

Thanks to Baz and Vance who’ve invited me twice to be part of their GLBTI writers podcast, Wrote. You can hear my episodes HERE.

There’s a new site covering the achievements of GLBTI artists, and I was fortunate enough to be interviewed in one of their posts. CLICK HERE to read.

Thank-you to author Alp Mortal for featuring me as a Spotlight Artist. Alp is part of The Carter Seagrove Project, a cool collective of creatives who spread the word about others with a artistic bent. You can read more about them in Alp’s GUEST BLOG. And you can read their interview with me HERE.

Thanks to Ashfield Library for inviting me to be part of their Mardi Gras Authors Night as part of their Authors at Ashfield series. Readings were from Benjamin Law (The Family Law, Gaysia), Todd Alexander (Tom Houghton), Rebecca Jennings (Unnamed desires: a Sydney lesbian history), Tom Langshaw (Editor of Women I’ve Undressed by Orry-Kelly) and Nigel Bartlett (King of the Road) . You can listen to (or download) the podcast by CLICKING HERE.

I’m honoured to be part of Jerry L. Wheeler’s anthology, Men In Love. My story, Conversations with an Angel, is one of many tales included in the list. There’s some wonderful writers in the mix, so pick up a copy. Also check out Jerry’s writing. You won’t be disappointed.

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.


4 thoughts on “Thanks for stopping by…

  1. Hi superb blog! Does running a blog similar to this take a lot
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    • Hi Michale. Thanks for the compliment. This is a WordPress site (free, and hosted by WordPress) using one of their themes. The rest is simply Photoshop to reformat the images to make them work on each page. Once it’s set up, there’s not much work at all.
      PS. Love your linked photography site.

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