About

Brett KielleropI am, above all else, a writer… and a lover… but mostly a writer. I may dabble in other art forms, including¬†photography and sculpture, but am happiest when tapping away at my keyboard.

My work crosses genres and age groups, so don’t come bitching to me if you were hoping to read a young adult fantasy and discovered the book was actually a gay comedy/drama with very adult concepts. Always read the backcover blurb!

Aside from my creative pursuits, I am also a husband, godfather, curmudgeon, and practising homosexual. Questions? Check my FAQ ūüôā

Miondor

The Miondor series is an epic saga¬†of seven fantasy books featuring love and conflict, heroes and villains, living and dead, and whores and kings, all in a land of powerful religions, ancient prophecies, and fantastical creatures. Continue reading “Miondor”

The Klinger

Known as ‘The Klinger’ by his colleagues, Detective Kennedy Klinger of the Queensland Police Service has a reputation for tenacity. Klinger solves cases from Brisbane’s dark side, where motives are murky and the crimes are disturbing.

The first psychological thriller from this series, Tumble, is coming soon.

My Big Fat Gay Life

Originally written as a web serial in 2009, I released My Big Fat Gay Life as a novel in 2010. People either loved or loathed it, which was great! However, the decision to release it as an ebook never sat well with me… It was – in my mind – a web serial, and should have remained that way.

So I’ve¬†removed the ebook from publication and given it a makeover, revamping the story as a web serial once again. It’s setting has changed from Manchester, UK, to Melbourne, Australia, and I’ve updated some of the more amateurish and clunky elements of the original story.

Don’t fret… it’s still trashy and melodramatic. Start reading here!

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Tumble

Known as ‘The Klinger’ by his colleagues, Detective Kennedy Klinger of the Queensland Police Service has a reputation for tenacity. Klinger solves cases from Brisbane’s dark side, where motives are murky and the crimes are disturbing. When the body of a young woman is found – poorly staged to look like suicide – a pattern …

Amy

“Tell me a bedtime story, George.” Amy, seven years old, tucked herself into bed as she pleaded with her companion. “It’s a little late, isn’t it?” George questioned, his voice stern. “Pleeeease?” Amy smiled, exposing the gaps where her front teeth had fallen out. “OK, fine.” George relented with a sigh. Amy squealed with delight …

Fele

The inhabitants of the planet Fele referred to themselves as ‘feisty’ and ‘passionate’; however, other member races of the United Planets called them bloodthirsty, belligerent, vain, and a little fragrant. Through civil wars, blood feuds, and family disagreements, the planet Fele was an arid wasteland. Only after its inhabitants ran out of resources for their …