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Author has written 8 stories for Twilight.
I liked reading other people's stories on here but started to feel like a parasite not contributing. So I contribute my disturbed minds attempts at writing stories. Hopefully others are as entertained by what I write as writer's on here have entertained me.
My all time favourite books have been Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsk, Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond, London by Edward Rutherford and On The Road by Jack Kerouac. Dostoevsk because it's controlled darkness and themes. Diamond for his wonderful theories and his approach to history. Rutherford for his continuity, bringing history to life without being cheesy. And Kerouac for capturing the sense of freedom and wildness I recall from my own youth. If you get a chance, you should read these books.
Twilight series isn't the type of book I would normally pick up. I'm not sure what pulled me in. I think I liked the mythology within what seems like a real world setting. It opens up possibilities. I got bored through much of the romanticism and had to plug through much of her relationship with Edward. Things got much better once Jacob was introduced. Then I spent the rest of the books plugging through to the next Jacob run-in. I was sorely disappointed in the outcome and I'm convinced that Bella was ultimately an idiot.
I don't hate Edward, although he can make a good villain. I just think that sparkles are for little girls.
AUTHOR NOTE: I'm going back over Swayed because I've had more time to think about it. I think the story starts earlier and needs more details. It's not alerting readers because I'm renewing earlier chapters. It's been bugging me that I never put too much effort into it but I like the premise for the story. Shouldn't take all that long to fix it. August 8th.