I used to spend a lot of time writing in bookstore coffee shops. When I needed a break, I could go browse the Teen section which never ever gets old. I could also order a latte and just sit in my little corner and type away! Recently, however, I’ve spend most of my writing time at my kitchen table. It’s not really a kitchen table, I guess, because I live in a small place and it’s in the same area as my living room. I don’t know why, but I do my best writing there. I always have to do some moving around when I sit down to eat, however. My table is covered in notebooks, papers and biographies on Poe!
What is one thing that fans don’t know about you, but should?
That I hide many many subtle clues in my writing. Also, I’m Batman.
I greatly enjoyed reading Nevermore and I can’t wait to see what happens to Varen & Isobel. Is there an estimate on when the sequel will be released? What’s next for Kelly Creagh?
The release date for the sequel is to be announced. Our tentative date is Spring 2012. After that, I’ll be jumping straight in to the third book. Then, after that, I have another project I’d like to finish. It’s nearly complete but I haven’t been able to get back to it since Nevermore sold. I can say that it’s incredibly different from Nevermore. In fact, it’s the *polar* opposite. ;)
Kelly Creagh is a 2008 graduate of Spalding University's MFA in Creative Writing program. When not writing, haunting bookstore coffee shops, or obsessively studying Poe, Kelly's passions include the ancient art of bellydance. She lives with her squirrely, attitude-infused terrier, Annabel, in the heart of Old Louisville, Kentucky's largest and spookiest Victorian neighborhood. Visit her at KellyCreagh.com.