Author has written 17 stories for Twilight.
I have a crazy Twilight story. I was first introduced to Twilight by my children. My son and my daughter both encouraged me to read the series. I would remind them I didn’t like Vampire stories. It was Christmas of 2008 when my son gave me the first two books; his girlfriend at the time gave me the last two. So on Christmas morning, I said goodbye to my husband who was deploying and cleaned up my living room and started dinner. I can still clearly remember sitting on my couch, opening the first book at a little after eight in the morning. I finished that first book at three o’clock the following morning. I tried to sleep, but it just wouldn’t come. I will be honest and say that New Moon was very hard for me to get through.
Once I had completed the series, I started over. I cannot tell you how many times I have read each book; I can say that for a very long time, I always had at least one book in my purse or in my hand reading.
I found fan fiction by accident. I had heard a rumor that Midnight Sun was published and so I attempted to Google it. That has been the best error in typing I have done so far.
I have a huge collection of Twilight items, none of which I have purchased. My friends tease me about my “addiction” to Twilight, yet they are the ones buying me things. My daughter teases me that she will bury me with my two Robert Pattinson autographs. I hope she’s serious…
I have an “Edward Cullen” addiction that I want no treatment for. He’s the only boyfriend my husband says I can have as long as I don’t shout his name during sex, but I’ve given no guarantees
I write for me, to escape the real world and all the awful things that happen in it. I can get lost at times and before I know it, hours have passed.
So that’s my story, I don’t plan on stopping writing. I have so many stories floating around in my head that they deserve to be written.
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