The People’s Choice Awards were last night and apparently the people like vampires. Despite their blood-sucking ways, the creatures of the night won big, and they’d better relish it, because this is the only awards show where “Twilight“ will walk away with Best Movie. This is slightly confusing, because technically, “Twilight“ came out in 2008, but who cares about technically? This is the People’s Choice Awards! The “Twilight“ franchise and
Synopsis: Bella has gained the unwanted attention of a hungry vampire “tracker,” and has to go on the run with two of Edward’s “siblings.” Alice and Emmett take Bella to Phoenix, Arizona, while the other Cullens try to throw the tracker off track. It doesn’t work. The tracker outwits the clever Cullens and the witless Bella, who ditches her chaperones when the tracker claims he is holding her mother hostage.
Synopsis: Edward and Bella have now declared their love for one another. There’s a romantic scene in a meadow, where Bella discovers vampires twinkle in the sunlight. She meets Edward’s entire family of beautiful vampires and discovers they do not sleep in coffins. Edward struggles to keep control over his instinctual desire to suck Bella’s blood. Bella continues to worry her father will find out about the vampire
Why are bad boys so attractive? Synopsis: While on an outing to the beach, Bella learns the Cullens are possibly vampires. It’s ancient Native American legend, and Bella believe this may explain Edward Cullen’s looks and behavior. After some online vampire research, Bella becomes more confused and curious about Edward, who continues to haunt her dreams. On a girls’ trip to Port Angeles, Bella is separate from the group and
The saga begins… Synopsis: Bella has moved from Phoenix, Arizona to the tiny town of Forks, Washington. The sun-loving girl isn’t too happy about the move, but it’s a self-imposed exile from her mother and her mother’s new husband. At Bella’s new high school, she is a bit of a novelty. Before long, several boys are vying for her attention, but those aren’t the boys appearing in her dreams. It’s
It turns out all my friends were already lending their copies out, so I had to purchase my own copy of “Twilight.” Today I bought a used edition so as not to add to the heavily lined pockets of Stephenie Meyer. Plus, I’m cheap and used books are as good as new, unless someone has blacked out all the words. Oddly, the bookseller had actually been to HeidiTown. It’s always
I first heard about the Twilight series several years ago on NPR, yes, National Public Radio. They were doing a report on the popularity of the series among thirty and forty-something women who were stealing the book from their daughters and reading it on the sly. I hadn’t heard of the series before the report, and didn’t hear about it again for months until several friends got hooked on the