For graphic writers, being inspired to write their next novel comes in surprising forms. Some writers use methods of mental projection in order to bring their imagination to motion and onto paper. But in the case of graphic writer Jeffrey Kaufman, his inspiration comes from in depth research and sometimes a song from Bryan Adams. The latest graphic novel out on called, Angel Falling promises to be a nail-bitter with every page read..
Comic book and graphic writer, Jeffrey Kaufman, lives happily in Orlando, Florida along with his wife and two children. For over 9 years, Jeff has written comic books series for many publishers until recently decided to invest his time and energy to create Big City Comic Studios. With 28 comic books titles in publication, Jeff continues to undertake new and creative writing projects using Zenescope for publishing and offers advice and counseling to new aspiring graphic writers. .
As an avid reader of many comic books and novels, Jeff a firm believer to leave readers with a “Rock Star” ending. His style of writing captivates readers into the story so well it often leaves them with breathless anticipation. With such graphic novels like Terminal Alice (A group of five beautiful female assassins who must avoid being killed from bounty hunters and each other), Whore (Agent Jacob Mars, expulsion from the CIA, becomes a gun for hire in order to pay for his lavish lifestyle and alimony) and his newest story, Angel Falling (A half naked woman, with tattooed angel wings on her back, awakens in a dumpster with no memory of herself. Accompanied by a 17 autistic boy with eidetic memory must escape from each other past or forced back into what they hate the most), Jeff always bring plot twists to all of his stories.
Jeff attributes his writing persistence from serving United States military's 82nd Airborne. With 4 years of his training as a combat medic, it has prepared him mentally to complete any writing projects without discouragement. All of Jeffrey Kaufman’s graphic novels and comic books can be purchased at Big City Comic Studios. His writing includes such titles, “New Jack,” (A stranger suddenly acquires super powers with a town’s city limits but becomes violently ill if steps beyond city limits), The Finders, (A group of young adults battle against a government conspiracy) and a new children’s book coming soon called Chip and Gorro.(Two stuff animals who attend school for toys when unattended ) When not writing, goes to comic book conventions and promotes Autism Awareness wherever possible. Jeff Kaufman’s creative writing talent and years as an established lawyer will entertain both readers and the justice system for years to come.
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