Yes, that Breaking Dawn. The one by Stephenie Meyer. This seems like such a strange thing to share. It has taken me a long time to be able to write about Juniper Junior’s birth; he is seven now, and it’s only in the past couple of years that I have found myself able to share my experience in any way... Read More
If you were a fan of easy-to-read horror and suspense during the halcyon days of your middle school youth, you will be devastated to learn that "Head Mary Sue" Stephenie Meyer has decided to go where no one invited her: Down the dark hall of producing films based on the work of Lois Duncan. God help us all. Read more...
Lionsgate is heading Down a Dark Hall with some huge names. Heat Vision reports that the studio will adapt Lois Duncan’s 1974 young-adult novel for the big screen, with Twilight author Stephenie Meyer producing. The best news is that Buried‘s Rodrigo Cortés is set to direct! “It follows Kit Gordy, a new student at the […]
'Twilight' author Stephenie Meyer is producing an adaptation of Lois Duncan's 'Down a Dark Hall', centering on a student confronting her powerful headmistress. [...]
Stephenie Meyer and Meghan Hibbett’s Fickle Fish Films has optioned rights to Mindy McGinnis’ debut young-adult novel Not A Drop To Drink, a survival story set in a world where fresh water is almost nonexistent. It’s the latest dealShow More Summary
Pop quiz: name a children’s writer. Think about them in your brain. You’re thinking about a woman, right? Probably someone like J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, or Suzanne Collins. Or maybe you’re thinking of people like John Green and...Show More Summary
Bad Suns isn't the name of another Stephenie Meyer tween schlock franchise. It's the moniker Woodland Hills' natives Christo Bowman, Miles Morris, Gavin Bennett, and Ray Libby use when making some pretty kick-ass music. You've probably...Show More Summary
Happy Birthday to Ricky Martin, Stephenie Meyer, Ryan Seacrest, and ‘One Direction’ singer Louis Tomlinson! Ricky is 42, Stephenie is 40, Ryan’s 39, and Louis is 22 today. Let’s see who else is celebrating a birthday. Singer-bassist Lemmy of Motorhead is 68. Actor Clarence Gilyard is 58. Actress Stephanie Hodge is 57. Bassist-synthesizer player Ian Burden of […]
Although Forks, Washington, first became known to most Americans as the setting for Stephenie Meyers's Twilight books, recent months have seen a struggle much more epic than anything between werewolves and sparkly vampires. The Olympic...Show More Summary
If she thinks Stephenie Meyer is a talented writer.
35. If she thinks Stephenie Meyer is a talented writer.
Slate has done a textual analysis of the words that are most used by Suzanne Collins, Stephenie Meyer and J.K. Rowling in their own respective series of popular books. ‘Drunk,’ ‘Good-natured,’ and ‘Functional’ were among the adjectives...Show More Summary
Happy Hunger Games! To celebrate the release of Catching Fire, read Ben Blatt’s textual analysis of the most popular adverbs, adjectives, and sentences used by Suzanne Collins in The Hunger Games trilogy, Stephenie Meyer in Twilight, and J.K. Rowling in the Harry Potter series. Unsurprisingly, the most popular sentence in Twilight is, “I sighed.” We’re […]
Authors as influential as Stephenie Meyer and Suzanne Collins have the opportunity to inspire their readers toward greatness, but they squander it miserably.
Forks, Washington, is a town with a population of about 3,500. It's best known, to those who know it at all, as the setting for Stephenie Meyers' Twilight vampire novels. Other than the well-known feud between Team Edward and Team Jacob,...Show More Summary
Best-selling horror novelist Stephen King has never been a fan of Stephenie Meyer or her Twilight series, and those who agree with him will he happy to know that his criticisms have only aged like fine wine. Lamenting the state of horror fiction today, King didn’t pull any punches. Show More Summary
Stephen King isn’t impressed with Stephenie Meyer’s American vampires. The grand impresario of American horror novels slammed the “Twilight” franchise in an interview with the Guardian to promote his new book “Doctor Sleep,” the long awaited sequel to King’s 1977 “The Shining,” “I agree...
Stephenie Meyer is as surprised as the rest of us that it’s been a full 10 years since Twilight was born. Yes, Twilight is 10 years old. How does that make you feel, reader? Old? Meyer, too. Despite admitting to being “over” the vampire franchise that made her a household name and worth an estimated... Show More Summary
"Please, never think I don't appreciate the people who read, watch, and love 'Twilight.' I am grateful for your existence every single day. Thanks for the most amazing decade!" Stephenie Meyer says of her "so over" "Twilight" commen...
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer appears to have written another new novel! Well, not really but the apology she just posted on her blog is about as long as a novel! Ms. Meyer had some 'splaining to do after she recently remarked on how she wanted to kill off the characters from Twilight! Oh noes!!! Not [...]