Author Ridley Pearson has announced he will be at this weekend’s sold-out D23 Expo, but you may get to see him in person elsewhere, too.
Via his Twitter, Pearson says he will be visiting Disneyland on Friday, September 9, to conduct research for his upcoming “Kingdom Keepers Inheritance” books 2 and 3.
The author says he will be in Disneyland Park from 8am to 11am, then will be in Disney California Adventure all afternoon. Saturday is his day at D23 Expo 2022.
He also added, “Please say hello if you see me!”
So if you’re a fan of the author, keep an eye out for him in the park.
About “Kingdom Keepers Inheritance”
This new series in the “Kingdom Keepers” franchise is set in the near future, in the Epcot of Walt Disney’s imagination, where sixty thousand people live in a CommuniTree surrounding the forward-looking Walt Disney World theme park.
Five unique families are among the residents, and some of the parents were once known as the Kingdom Keepers.
Their identities are carefully guarded in order to raise their children without special treatment, but most of the Kingdom Keepers work for the Walt Disney Company, and have settled into “ordinary” and rewarding lives.
When a messenger carrying a secret communication coincides with both a solar eclipse and Eli Whitman’s thirteenth birthday, a few “ordinary” kids are thrust into a battle to save Epcot and find their friend who has mysteriously disappeared.
With their friend missing and their parents acting strangely, the Kingdom Kids discover they are in possession of unusual powers as they forge a bond to rescue their friend and uncover the truth about how real magic has entered their lives.
About Ridley Pearson
Ridley Pearson’s first book in the “Kingdom Keepers” series debuted in 2005 with “Disney After Dark.”
Written for young adults, with a universal appeal, the series follows five teens who serve as holographic hosts in the Disney theme parks during the day, but at night the group battles Disney villains and prevents them from taking control of the parks and the world.
His novels have been published in two-dozen languages and have been adapted for network television, and the Broadway stage.
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