Can't say I've ever had a fictional crush. So boring, I know. Favourite book? So hard to pick. My answer always depends on my mood, so if you search interviews with me, you'll rarely see the same one mentioned twice! Let's go with Stephen King's The Stand for this one.
If you could be any character in fiction, whom would you be / Why?
I'm so bad at these. It's like the fictional crush questions. My brain just doesn't work that way! As a reader, I love sharing a character's adventures and loves, and as a writer, I love sharing those of my characters while I'm writing. But I've never wished I had a guy from a book or was a person from a book. I'm weird, I know. I think it's because I've been reading and writing for longer than I can remember that I have a distinct disconnect between myself and characters, and never the two shall meet!
If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title should be – please explain?
You're killing me here, you know. I can't even choose titles for my own books! Ummm. The Other Worlds of Kelley Armstrong, playing on the title of my adult series (the Otherworld) and the fact that I usually write about "other" (i.e. fantastical) worlds.
Having a blast, no plans to stop.
Thanks Kelley for stopping by!
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