Meyer visits Irving Library, shares anticipated novel

Kelly Monaghan, Staff Photographer

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer speaks to fans during her Texas stop of the Stars Above Tour. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak about her newest novel, Stars Above, which is set in the same world as her popular series, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer also announced that she will be writing graphic novels based on The Lunar Chronicles in the upcoming months. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer speaks to fans during her Texas stop of the Stars Above Tour. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak about her newest novel, Stars Above, which is set in the same world as her popular series, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer also announced that she will be writing graphic novels based on The Lunar Chronicles in the upcoming months. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Decorations such as a large crescent moon are set up in the hall of the South Irving Library to advertise Marissa Meyer’s popular young adult novels, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak to fans about her new novel, Stars Above, which is a collection of short stories based on The Lunar Chronicles. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Decorations such as a large crescent moon are set up in the hall of the South Irving Library to advertise Marissa Meyer’s popular young adult novels, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak to fans about her new novel, Stars Above, which is a collection of short stories based on The Lunar Chronicles. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday to talk about her newest novel, Stars Above. Stars Above is set in the same world as her popular series The Lunar Chronicles, and is a collection of short stories. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday to talk about her newest novel, Stars Above. Stars Above is set in the same world as her popular series The Lunar Chronicles, and is a collection of short stories. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Marissa Meyer reads her fans The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson as her newest novel, The Stars Above, was inspired by the story. Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Marissa Meyer reads her fans The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson as her newest novel, The Stars Above, was inspired by the story. Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

A digital poster inside the South Irving Library displays information about Marissa Meyer before her talk about her new book, Stars Above. The new novel is a collection of short stories set in the same world as The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

A digital poster inside the South Irving Library displays information about Marissa Meyer before her talk about her new book, Stars Above. The new novel is a collection of short stories set in the same world as The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer answers audience questions during the Q&A portion of her visit to the South Irving Library. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak about her newest novel, Stars Above, which is set in the same world as her popular series, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer also announced that she will be writing graphic novels based on The Lunar Chronicles in the upcoming months. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Young adult novelist Marissa Meyer answers audience questions during the Q&A portion of her visit to the South Irving Library. Meyer came to Irving on Saturday to speak about her newest novel, Stars Above, which is set in the same world as her popular series, The Lunar Chronicles. Meyer also announced that she will be writing graphic novels based on The Lunar Chronicles in the upcoming months. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Marissa Meyer reads her fans The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson as her newest novel, The Stars Above, was inspired by the story. Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Marissa Meyer reads her fans The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson as her newest novel, The Stars Above, was inspired by the story. Meyer visited the South Irving Library on Saturday for her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Fans of young adult novelist Marissa Meyer crowd around to try and hear Meyer speak in the crowded South Irving Library on Saturday. Meyer visited Irving as her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour, to talk about her newest novel, Stars Above. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

Fans of young adult novelist Marissa Meyer crowd around to try and hear Meyer speak in the crowded South Irving Library on Saturday. Meyer visited Irving as her fifth stop on her Stars Above Tour, to talk about her newest novel, Stars Above. Photo by Kelly Monaghan.

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