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McKenna Grey
McKenna Grey
BIOGRAPHY

McKenna Grey is the contemporary alter-ego of award-winning, historical romance and western author MK McClintock. As McKenna, she writes romantic suspense, including the Kyndall Family series, and heartwarming, small-town romance to break up the murder and mayhem. She enjoys a quiet life in the Rocky Mountains where she is writing her next book.

McKenna Grey Books

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Christmas in the Rockies
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Christmas in the Rockiesby McKenna GreyPublish: Oct 08, 2019Contemporary Romance
Blade of Death (Short Story) (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 0)
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Blade of Death (Short Story) (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 0)by McKenna GreyPublish: Feb 22, 2017Series: Kyndall Family ThrillersThrillers Suspense
The Dragon's Staircase (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 1)
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The Dragon's Staircase (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 1)by McKenna GreyPublish: Aug 31, 2016Series: Kyndall Family ThrillersThrillers Suspense Romantic Suspense
Shadow of the Forgotten (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 2)
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Shadow of the Forgotten (Kyndall Family Thrillers Book 2)by McKenna GreyPublish: Jan 24, 2018Series: Kyndall Family ThrillersThrillers Suspense Romantic Suspense

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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • McKenna Grey McKenna Grey 6 months ago
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      • Take time for yourself. Enjoy and experience life so you have things to write about. Don't let anyone push you to do more than you're able, and don't push yourself so hard that the creative process suffers. Publishing is a marathon, not a sprint. Set yourself up for long-term success by taking the time to do it right.
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      • McKenna Grey McKenna Grey 6 months ago
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      • I wouldn't rewrite any of them. It is tempting to think about sometimes, but I'm proud of all my books, even the early works before I knew what I know now.
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      • McKenna Grey McKenna Grey 6 months ago
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      • I did in the beginning, when I first published under my other pen name, but stopped after a few books. The fact is, no writer will ever be able to please every reader. We might try, but it will never happen. Books are as varied as the people reading them, and everyone has different opinions. Mean reviews can hurt - writers put heart and soul into their writing. Responding to good reviews can be tempting, but I also believe reviews are for readers more than for the authors. Freeing myself from reading reviews keeps my mind centered on the creative process. - McKenna
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