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Kristen Morgen
Kristen Morgen
BIOGRAPHY

Kristen Morgen is a contemporary romance author and a licensed architect with her own architectural firm. A creative spirit, she can’t remember a time in her life when she didn’t crave designing, creating, discovering, and using her imagination in some way.

Her romance writing interests may seem rather different from her daily career, where she focuses on designing homes, but all good architects are, at heart, just artists creating something imagined onto paper. The two practices and creative processes balance each other well.

Kristen was an avid reader from an early age, and it was her love for the romance genre, her favorite guilty pleasure, that encouraged her to hone her passion for writing. She loves the art of shaping words and sentences into relatable stories while creating rich characters for her readers to connect with.

Her debut novel ‘Behind the Glass’ explores relationships and the little reasons people fall in love with each other while uncovering deeper truths.

Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, she currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not designing homes, she dedicates her free time to her second novel and reads almost anything she can get her hands on.

Kristen Morgen is a hopeless romantic to the end.

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Behind the Glassby Kristen MorgenPublish: Jun 30, 2014Contemporary Romance New Adult Romance

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      • Kristen Morgen Kristen Morgen 3 months ago
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      • For the most part, I try to write for a couple hours (minimum) every day, but exactly when that couple hours happens during my day is usually a moving target. I run my own business and have a family to keep up with, aside from writing, so it can get a little crazy at times. But I find, and so does my family, that I tend to get a bit … cranky … if I don’t write on a regular basis. What can I say? Writing is my drug of choice and I love getting my fix whenever I can! Now, there are also plenty of times when inspiration takes over completely, and I’ll find myself writing for hours on end until 2 a.m. to finish a chapter, or I’ll hear a song on the radio when I’m driving and a scene will pop into my head and I’ll pull over onto the side of the road to jot it down before it’s gone. I just try to exercise the ‘writer side’ of my brain as much and as often as I can.
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      • Kristen Morgen Kristen Morgen 3 months ago
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      • Many people have compared my writing and content to that of Nicholas Sparks. He is definitely one of my favorite authors and that’s a huge compliment!
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • Kristen Morgen Kristen Morgen 3 months ago
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      • I get this question a lot actually (from friends mainly) wondering if it’s semi-autobiographical and the answer is actually no. I may have a scene or two in my book that comes from something in real life, but for the most part, I have a VERY active imagination and I’m always coming up with new ideas. I’m constantly interested in exploring relationships and discovering the little reasons people fall in love with each other while uncovering deeper truths about themselves or life in general.
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      • The first time I realized how much I loved the act of writing was in high school. I was the kid who got excited when I saw essay questions on a test rather than multiple choice questions and most of my friends thought I was crazy! I absolutely loved and excelled in any English class I took throughout college and I found myself spending large amounts of time on writing assignments. My father is also a writer (more technical than creative) and he has been my writing coach my whole life. He always pushed me to be a better writer and could be quite tough on me at times (something I’m still thankful for). Although I pursued architecture throughout my life, I have always longed to write. So one day, I simply sat down and started writing Behind the Glass. What can I say? Writing is my drug of choice and I love getting my fix whenever I can!
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