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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Midnight in the "Twilight" Zone



"What if Bella had a little sister? What if after Bella married Edward and was changed, her sister moved to Forks? In this story all of that happens. In this story there is even a love triangle for Bella’s sister Arabella. Seth Clearwater who was once a minor character now comes to the forefront. Seth begins to fall in love with Arabella and she falls for him. But, Arabella also falls in love with the Cullen's newest family member Cyrus Hale. Arabella must choose who she will love. ... "


Oh, my!  This could be a very intriguing series, couldn't it??  I'm reading this new, self-published little volume put out on BookRix which is a wonderful site for downloading such books.


One of my first YA novels reviewed on this site, I hope to return to you with a review that will at least put a buzzzzzz in your ears!




"It started as an average day in the Cullen household but quickly turned to chaos when Alice had a sudden vision that would shake the foundations of everything Jasper had worked so hard to change. Maria is back and she's after one thing... Jasper. With no remorse for human life and no understanding of the bonds created by love, she'll destroy everything he holds dear unless he agrees to return to her once again. With nail biting twists and edge of your seat action, you won't want ..."


And, here you have another series off the same "Twilight" books.  I happen to like this, but I'm sure Stephanie Meyers must be fuming about it.  At least, I would be if it were my idea.  Can you copywrite ideas from books???  I'm not sure this is fair game....  I'm going to read them at any rate just to see how they are.


Leave me a comment and tell me what you think about this idea of splintering off of "Twilight."  :]


Your Bookish Dame/Deb

2 comments:

aobibliophile™

hi Deb. pardon the pun but i'm a sucker for vampire stories. thanks for sharing! i'll sign up at BookRix after i post this. have a great weekend!

thebookbuff

I'm not such a big fan of these sorts of things. Writing spin off fan fiction online is one thing, but I think if you are going to be professionally publishing a book, it should be with your own ideas. But hey, to each their own, you'll have to let us know if they are any good.

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