malaktaus: It was a fad and it has mostly run its course. She may write more books, but will anyone read them?
King Something: taxandspend: MurphyMurphy: It won't end until the next fad starts.As long as she can make money off this she will. As would I. No matter how detestable it is.You mean like Hunger Games?Honestly, I was thinking more along the lines of Fifty Shades Of Grey.It has the same target audience as Twilight - horny, middle-aged soccer moms who wish they had enough money and/or a pool in their backyard so they could hire a poolboy, and whose husbands are either shacking up with their secretaries, spending unusual amounts of time at the gym or less satisfying in the sack than a chiquita banana. Those women will grab the better of those two novels along with an eggplant and a box of tissues.
taxandspend: MurphyMurphy: It won't end until the next fad starts.As long as she can make money off this she will. As would I. No matter how detestable it is.You mean like Hunger Games?
zerkalo: So? Just more books I won't like read[stoplikingwhatIdont.jpg]
timswar: Of course there are more stories for the a Twilight universe. They aren't had to think about. Jake's eventual incarceration for indecent liberties with a minor, Edward and Bella's realization that adolescent love might not be enough to build a presumably eternal relationship./I'm sure there are others but that's all I know of the plot from the links posted on Fark.//Fark = Cliff's Notes for pop culture.
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