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Caitlin McKenna enjoys writing in different genres. She is a published author with three chick lit romantic comedies and one dystopian science fiction thriller.

In addition to her writing, she is also a seasoned voice-over actress and voice-casting director. She has worked on over three hundred films and television shows. Her credits include: Man of Steel, Fast & Furious 6, The Bourne Legacy, Star Trek, Beautiful Creatures, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Internship and the television series, Bates Motel.

Caitlin currently lives with her husband, two rescued dachshunds, and two rescued terriers in southern California.

You can visit her at: http://caitlinmckenna.com/




Average rating: 3.44 · 957 ratings · 94 reviews · 5 distinct works · Similar authors
My Big Fake Irish Life

3.30 avg rating — 609 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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Manifesting Mr. Right

3.61 avg rating — 260 ratings — published 2012 — 2 editions
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Super Natalie

3.88 avg rating — 52 ratings — published 2013 — 3 editions
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Logging Off

3.81 avg rating — 27 ratings — published 2006 — 4 editions
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No Such Luck

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“Do you have any idea what it’s like giving birth? Of course you don’t, but I’m going to tell you. It’s like trying to push a watermelon through a peashooter! Only your head was more like the size of a pumpkin. I’d never seen such a big head on a baby girl. And what do you do with that big head of yours? You use it to go around deceiving people!”
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“Well, your father always says that if you have to say what you are, you aren”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“Up to this point, my whole life had been pretty ordinary. And here I was, feeling like I’d stepped into a movie, pretending to be something I wasn’t. And these people with whom I interacted, these characters in my movie, were believing it. June and Mark actually thought I was Meghan O’Connell from Galway, Ireland. I let out a big laugh.”
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“I heard the high-pitched stabbing music from the shower scene in Psycho as my name seemed to grow bigger and bigger before my eyes. I slammed my checkbook shut. “Jesus, Mary and Joseph!”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“Well, your father always says that if you have to say what you are, you aren”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“Up to this point, my whole life had been pretty ordinary. And here I was, feeling like I’d stepped into a movie, pretending to be something I wasn’t. And these people with whom I interacted, these characters in my movie, were believing it. June and Mark actually thought I was Meghan O’Connell from Galway, Ireland. I let out a big laugh.”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“I heard the high-pitched stabbing music from the shower scene in Psycho as my name seemed to grow bigger and bigger before my eyes. I slammed my checkbook shut. “Jesus, Mary and Joseph!”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“I chewed on my lower lip. There had to be a way around the red tape and this Irish lass was going to find it. ~ Perhaps the best way to slip through a system unnoticed is through confusion and disorganization. Where could I find both in one place? The Department of Motor Vehicles.”
Caitlin McKenna, my big fake irish life

“Perhaps the best way to slip through a system unnoticed is through confusion and disorganization. Where could I find both in one place? The Department of Motor Vehicles. Before I went down to The Most Miserable Place on Earth, I decided to prep for it. I treated it like an audition. I spent an hour on my hair and makeup, and an additional twenty minutes picking out the perfect short dress. Now it was time for some Irish charm.”
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Caitlin McKenna Hi-
I'm new and not sure if I'm posting correctly. I'm the author of Logging Off, which was first published in 2006, but I cancelled the contract with my publishing company and have a second version which was published by Createspace a few months ago. I've read that I cannot delete an edition, but how do I make the newer version the one that everyone sees? I'd like to do some book giveaways, and I don't want readers thinking they are getting the old version instead of the new one. Many thanks! Caitlin


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