stephanie meyer

On this day, 10 years ago, the world was introduced to Twilight. Have we settled the Team Edward/Team Jacob conundrum yet?
With Man of Steel coming out, and an iconic superhero being the main showcase, people always want to know about the person playing that superhero.
And they all lived together happily forever. Ba humbug. Mediocrity in big budget super duper fan fare.
Recently, I have been interested in the evolution of certain things through the course of history. One example I found was the evolution of the vampire novel, beginning with Bram Stoker's "Dracula."
I am always thinking about the messaging that we are sending our young girls. As an educator and a parent, I have a huge amount of concern about the images that our girls are being exposed to.
If you have read or seen any of the Twilight series (don't worry I won't tell anyone) you probably noticed that the story
While Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 hits theaters this week, thereby ending The Twilight Saga, there may be another franchise for
Mormons rise in this life because it is what their religion calls for. Achieving. Progressing. Learning. Forward, upward motion.
What does it mean to be a monster, really, but to be possessed by an uncontrollable force?
When my agent called a few weeks ago to say that an editor at Penguin wanted to buy my new novel, The Wishing Hill, I literally had to lie down. I've been waiting for this call for 25 years.