Kevin Kauffmann is an ambitious independent author who barely acknowledges the boundaries between genres. For years he's used odd methods to reach an audience, sometimes dressing up in a trench coat as a video game merchant and enticing convention attendees with a gravelly cockney accent, but a better web presence will likely be better for his throat and overall career.
For readers leaning toward science-fiction, Kauffmann's dystopian Icarus Trilogy
might be the right call, but for those who like a little horror in their fantasy, the apocalyptic Forsaken Comedy
is sure to please. If political fiction is your aim but you appreciate vivid imagery, Ouroboros
is a sentimental tale about hallucinogen abuse and the cycle of escapism.
In the latter half of 2017 while working on several projects, Kauffmann has resurrected his 616 Diaries, a serialized horror novel depicting the downward spiral of Raymond Corvus as he loses his mind and becomes involved in demonic conspiracies. Since it is being posted in "real time," now is the perfect time to read from the beginning.