Kelley Armstrong is a Canadian writer, primarily of fantasy novels since 2001. She has published thirty-one fantasy novels to date, thirteen in her Women of the Otherworld series, five in her Cainsville series, four in her Rockton series, three in her Darkest Powers series, three in her Darkness Rising trilogy and three in the Age of Legends series, and three stand-alone teen thrillers. She has also published three middle-grade fantasy novels in the Blackwell Pages trilogy, with co-author Melissa Marr. As well, she is the author of three crime novels, the Nadia Stafford trilogy. She has also written several serial novellas and short stories for the Otherworld series, some of which are available free from her website. Starting in 2014, a Canadian television series based on the Women of the Otherworld, called Bitten, aired for 3 season on Space, and SyFy.
|Born:||Kelley L. Armstrong, December 14, 1968, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada|
|Genre:||Fantasy, horror, crime, romance|
|IMDb:||Kelley Armstrong's IMDb|
About Kelley Armstrong
A Canadian fiction writer, she is best known for her teenage supernatural book series, The Darkest Powers, as well as for her urban fantasy series, Women of the Otherworld. Her other works include crime and romance novels and short stories.
Kelley Armstrong Before Fame
She developed a taste for the sinister during her younger years; she often submitted school writing assignments that featured undead or otherwise evil characters.
Achievement of Kelley Armstrong
Her most famous series, Women of the Otherworld, features such innovations as a female werewolf and multiple narrators inhabiting a shared universe.
Kelley Armstrong Family Life
She settled with her husband and children in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.
Associations of Kelley Armstrong
She named Stephen King as one of her most important literary influences.
Information related to Kelley Armstrong
- Fanshawe College alumni
- Canadian horror writers
- Urban fantasy writers
- Writers from Greater Sudbury
- Canadian mystery writers
- Canadian fantasy writers
- Women horror writers
- Women mystery writers
- University of Western Ontario alumni
- 20th-century Canadian novelists