Author Marissa Meyer brings stars to Irving library


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‘Cress’ is the third book in The Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer. Marissa Meyer will visit the South Irving Library on Feb. 6 on her ‘Stars Above’ tour.

Wren Lee, Staff Writer

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New York Times-bestselling author Marissa Meyer is taking on the South Irving Library with stars in her eyes.


Meyer will be touring the United States with the upcoming release of “Stars Above,” a short story collection based on events during her popular series The Lunar Chronicles (TLC). Her stop at the South Irving Library is her only stop in Texas.


The event is tomorrow at 3 p.m. There will be a short discussion, then attendees will be able to ask Meyer questions. Afterwards, Meyer will sign books. There will also be a mobile planetarium for attendees to see.


To get Meyer to sign your book, attendees must get a ticket. You can get tickets from the South Irving Library.


You can bring your own books or purchase a copy onsite. For those who purchase Stars Above onsite will be able to get “three buttons” according to the City of Irving website.


There is also a special chance to win an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland retelling Heartless.


This tour will highlight the short story collection Stars Above. Within the collection will be nine short stories, with five of them never seen before. Each story will investigate the lives of Linh Cinder, Scarlet Beniot, Crescent Moon Darnel and Winter Hayle before their shenanigans in TLC, one story retelling The Little Mermaid, as well as an epilogue.
The most anticipated short story is the epilogue for TLC, Something Old, Something New. Many fans are excited for this short story because it is about a wedding – presumably between one of the four couples from the series.