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Stephenie Meyer Announced Release of Two More Twilight Books

Twilight fans, get ready! Stephenie Meyer has announced that two more Twilight books will be released. Meyer said she’s started working on the books but hasn’t given further details about the storyline.

“I have got them outlined and a chapter written, I think, of the first one, so I know it’s there,” she says. “I want to do something brand new. For me, a lot of the joy of writing comes from creating, and I really want to do a new world and new rules, and new mythology. Mythology is kind of my thing.”

In 2020, Meyer published Midnight Sun, a retelling of “Twilight” from vampire Edward Cullen’s perspective rather than Bella Swan’s, which sold one million copies in its first week. Naturally, fans of the 2020 novel have been begging Meyer for a sequel, but the author says she’s not planning on it. She explained that the process was “not a super pleasant one” and that it was difficult to retell the established story with established dialogue to align with the original novel. 

She added that Midnight Sun gives readers enough insight to see what it was like for Edward in and to know what was going on in his head. Perhaps these next two books will be from another character’s perspective. It remains to be seen. 

Regardless of the storyline, Twilight has remained popular since the first book’s publication in 2005. The first four books of the series were on the Best-Selling Books list for over four years, sold 160 million copies worldwide, and led to five blockbuster films starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. Twilight has been translated into 37 languages. 

In addition to the Twilight Series and Midnight Sun, Meyer wrote a novella following the third book in the series titled “The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella”. The Twilight saga, Midnight Sun, and The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella are available on hardcover, paperback, kindle, and audiobook. 
Other novels by Stephanie Meyer include The Host, published in 2008 and made into a film in 2013 starring Saoirse Ronan as well as The Chemist, published in 2016.


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