Conversations with an Angel

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Jamal has a typical mother who'd like him to succeed in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to marriage. But Jamal already has a partner. His name is Farnham.

And while Jamal doesn't want to disappoint his family, his mother's interference is pushing Farnham away. In the end it will take a voice of reason to help Jamal rethink his life.
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About Kevin Klehr

Kevin is the author of a number of books including the Actors and Angels series and the Nate and Cameron Collection.

The Actors and Angels series are three comedies that take place in the theatre district of the Afterlife. In this continuing story, two friends explore their love for each other through several lifetimes with the help of a gay angel. The third in the series scored a Rainbow Award for Best Gay Alternative Universe/Reality novel.

The Nate and Cameron Collection are two novellas that delve into a relationship between a dreamer and a realist, where the latter is coming to terms with loving second best. The two stories, Nate and the New Yorker and Nate’s Last Tango, are also available in one paperback edition.

His dystopian novel, Social Media Central, explores a future where everyone is addicted to their screens and where murder is just a keystroke away. And his new novella, Winter Masquerade, whimsically explains why Wednesday is not the day to fall in love.

Kevin lives with his long-term partner, Warren, in their humble apartment (affectionately named Sabrina), in Australia’s own “Emerald City,” Sydney.

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Reviews of Conversations with an Angel by Kevin Klehr

Jonathan Solomon reviewed on Nov. 3, 2018

Short and sweet is how I would describe this collection of three short stories. The first story, "Conversations With An Angel" is a very comforting read in what appears to be a difficult situation where Jamal is torn between his strong mother and his boyfriend Farnham. Jamal is embroiled in a kind of tug-of-war. It is only when Jamal speaks to Guy, the next-door neighbor/angel, that he knows which decision to be made. In a way, this story is incredibly sad, but offers potential wisdom in such a scenario.
The second story "Just Being Adam" is a tale of overcoming the loss of a close relationship and allowing yourself to relax.
The third story "Her Cat was Yesterday's News Feed" is an amusing but deeply disturbing story. I can sense that Kevin Klehr is worried about how an obsession with social media is destroying any form of intimacy between living beings.

This collection of short stories were a pleasure to read.
(review of free book)
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