About K. J. Farnham
K. J. Farnham was born and raised in West Allis, Wisconsin, home of the Wisconsin State Fair and the Pettit National Ice Center. She graduated from UW-Milwaukee in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and went on to earn a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Carroll University in Waukesha. Farnham then had the privilege of helping hundreds of children learn to read and write over the course of 12 years.
In 2011, K. J. Farnham’s family relocated from Milwaukee to western Wisconsin. While she was sad to leave teaching, she was ready for a change and excited to explore her love for writing. In 2014, Farnham published her debut novel Click Date Repeat and has since published Click Date Repeat Again, A Case of Serendipity, and two young adult novels, Don’t Call Me Kit Kat and SPIN. She is currently working on a women’s fiction novel titled By the Time We’re Forty and another young adult novel titled SNAP.
When she is not reading or writing, Farnham enjoys travel (especially road trips), beach outings, strength training, biking, hiking, and drinking copious amounts of coffee or tea.