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Kaylin McFarren
Kaylin McFarren
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 6
  • Profession: Author, President of Non-Profit Organization
  • Born: 18 May
  • Member Since: Dec 2017
  • Profile Views: 6,787
  • Followers: 2
  • Writing:

    Thrillers Suspense Mysteries Action & Adventure Romantic Suspense Erotic Romance Women's Fiction
BIOGRAPHY

Kaylin McFarren has received more than 40 national literary awards, in addition to a prestigious Golden Heart Award nomination for Flaherty’s Crossing - a book she and her oldest daughter, Kristina McMorris, co-authored in 2008. Prior to embarking on her writing journey and developing the popular Threads action/adventure romance series, she poured her passion for creativity into her work as the director of a fine art gallery in the Pearl District in Portland, Oregon; she also served as a governor-appointed member of the Oregon Arts Commission. When she’s not traveling or spoiling her pups and three grandsons, she enjoys giving back to her community through participation and support of various charitable and educational organizations in the Pacific Northwest, and is currently the president of the Soulful Giving Foundation - a non-profit focused on cancer research, care and treatment at hospitals throughout Oregon.

  • Kaylin McFarren

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HIGH FLYING

Publish Date: May 18, 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense, Mysteries, Women's Fiction

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Kaylin McFarren's Books

HIGH FLYING

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Publication Date: May 18, 2019

Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense, Mysteries, Women's Fiction

4.5 (2 ratings)

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Twisted Threads (Volume 4)

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Publication Date: Nov 19, 2017

Thrillers, Suspense, Dark Romance & Erotica

4.3 (92 ratings)

Severed Threads (Volume 1)

Severed Threads (Volume 1)

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Publication Date: Dec 10, 2013

Thrillers, Action & Adventure, Romantic Suspense

4.3 (118 ratings)

Buried Threads (Volume 2)

Buried Threads (Volume 2)

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Publication Date: Nov 19, 2015

Suspense, Action & Adventure, Dark Romance & Erotica

4.4 (94 ratings)

Banished Threads (Volume 3)

Banished Threads (Volume 3)

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Publication Date: Mar 20, 2016

Thrillers, Mysteries, Romantic Suspense

4.3 (91 ratings)

Flaherty's Crossing

Flaherty's Crossing

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Publication Date: Feb 01, 2010

Mysteries, Romantic Suspense, Women's Fiction

4.7 (38 ratings)

Kaylin McFarren Interview

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    Kaylin McFarren interview

    Author Kaylin McFarren was born in Compton, California and traveled on airplanes a lot with her two brothers because of her dad’s job with United Airlines. She was writing at ten years old but it wasn’t until her children were grown that she applied myself in this direction. Kaylin discovered her love for painting in college and opened and operated an art gallery... read full interview

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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • For the most part, everything I write about has been experienced first hand. I've been fortunate in meeting interesting people while traveling around the world and am always thinking about the next story to write.
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    • When you were young, did you ever see writing as a career or full-time profession?
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      • 4kaylin 14 hrs Post AdminAuthor
      • I've always had an interest in writing, although poetry was my avenue for creativity until I started attending workshops. Then my focus shifted to writing books.
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    • Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
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      • 4kaylin 14 hrs Post AdminAuthor
      • I do read them and understand that not everyone is going to relate to my stories. When they're good, I'm thrilled of course. But bad ones can be deflating and I try not to let them bring me down.
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