Kelley Armstrong paranormal romance fantasy author talk in Melbourne on 15 August 2011.
During her recent visit to Australia, Kelley Armstrong appeared at Dymocks in Collins Street, Melbourne, speaking to a crowded room. Kelley spoke briefly about the Otherworld series that began with Bitten and will conclude with Thirteen.
Kelley talks about her upcoming anthologies that will include limited edition novellas and short stories that some people have previously missed out on. These include Men of the Otherworld and Hidden.
Changes of narrator in Kelley’s books has upset some fans who have written detailed letters asking her to continue writing with the same narrator in the Darkest Powers and Darkness Rising series. Kelley assures fans that she’s continuing the YA series, bringing both groups of teenagers together.
Kelley’s Nadia Stafford series will continue; Kelley explains why Twilight inspired Kelley to take a break from Nadia.
The Blackwell Pages is a middle school series co-authored with Melissa Marr, to be launched in 2013.
Questions included requests for Lucas’ and Pages’ wedding to feature in a story. Kelley realises that her stories skip the weddings of her characters, but mentions the style of wedding of some best-loved characters. Other story ideas for anthologies were raised by Kelley.