Kelley Armstrong's Blog
April 11, 2018
Yeah, I know readers hate that. What happened is that I switched to a different imprint at the same publisher, one that does more mystery/thrillers, and they decided to start matching the US cover (and the US also switched to a new style of cover with this book) That’s what seems to happen early in a series, as they try to decide what cover best represents the books. I think I have about 8 English language covers for Bitten!
January 24, 2018
October 11, 2017
I always meant to…and never got around to it. I still might. Of all the dropped threads in that series (and yes, there are a few!) that’s the one I feel the worst about :)
September 26, 2017
Sorry! I haven’t updated that list in a while. This is a Cainsville story. It doesn’t have an official description, but the informal one I’ve given is “In Betrayals, one of our antagonists is a rogue Huntsman. In the final battle, he tries to tell his story, as every good villain does, right? The tale of personal injustice that led to their villainy, blah, blah. Except Liv doesn’t let him. As she says, “This isn’t the time for backstory” ;) So now he gets to tell it, in a short story called Hounded..”
August 29, 2017
Pop Alison an email (email@example.com) and we’ll see what we can do :)
It’s running VERY behind. Sorry! There was a miscommunication with the publisher. But Audible is recording both Betrayals and Rituals now, and they’re both expected out in October.
July 18, 2016
And preorder isn’t the only way to get one. If you buy the book on release week (Aug 9-15) or reserve it from your library before August 15, you qualify.
Cainsville Tales comes in mobi, epub and PDF format. It's over 150 pages & contains:
- original cover art by Xaviere Daumarie
- The Orange Cat: Gabriel story based on Poe’s The Black Cat, originally in Nevermore
- Bad Publicity: a new Patrick story
- Lady of the Lake: a new Liv & Ricky novella (set right after Deceptions)
- full color portraits for Olivia, Gabriel, Ricky, Patrick & Rose, by Xaviere Daumarie
- first chapters of Rituals, the final Cainsville novel
- contest for a bound copy of Rituals…once it’s edited
To claim your freebie, we just need some proof of preorder or purchase or placement on a library waiting list. Any format counts: hardcover, e-book or audio (if available.)
Proof can be a forwarded e-mail receipt, a scanned receipt, a photo of a receipt, a screenshot showing preorder status or waiting list placement…really, just anything that says “Look, I’ve preordered/bought/reserved Betrayals!”
Got that piece of proof? Send it to Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison will send back a code that will allow you to download whichever format you want (or all 3 if you like.) The mobi file should work for Kindle, the epub for Nook, Kobo, iBooks & Google Books, and the PDF on laptops/computers/tablets/phones etc.
If you don’t receive your code within 48 hours of sending your proof, contact us again or notify me on Goodreads, Twitter or Facebook. More than 48 hours means we didn’t get it!
Giveaway is international. Closes August 15.
June 23, 2016
No, I’m not missing a cover reveal. That’s the problem with having a book that was retitled “Missing” :)
So Missing is my 2017 YA novel, previously known as “Reeve’s End” :) Like The Masked Truth, this one’s a standalone thriller. It’ll be out next April, As for what it’s about, the synopsis is below.
And, yes, I’ve been terribly quiet on Tumblr. I’ve been quiet most places on social media, deep in writing and revisions, but Tumblr has gotten the worst of my inattention. I will be trying to catch up on my questions–I’m making a note to do that. Sorry!
Winter Crane has exactly one thing to look forward to in Reeve’s End: leaving it. Like her best friend did. Like her sister did. Like most of the teens born in town have done. There’s nothing for them there but abandoned mines and empty futures. They’re better off taking a chance elsewhere.
The only thing Winter will miss is the forest. Her only refuge. At least it was. Until the day she found a boy–a stranger–left for dead.
But now he’s gone too. And he has Winter questioning what she once thought was true. What if nobody left Reeve’s End at all? What if they’re all missing?
LOL It’s more a case of “cats don’t like him” because he’s a werewolf. He’s learned to be wary of them. Chloe will need to get him a kitten, raise it to be accustomed to his smell ;)
Nope, it was just Daniel. Good catch! It’s an Easter egg that many readers don’t pick up–there’s no way for Eve to know who Daniel Santos is, so she can’t ID him in the book :)