Sunday, June 27, 2010


Hi...I know, I know, I've been absent all week. The thing is, every time I turned on my computer this week (and it was a lot, trust me) I had something very important I had to do and so I never made it over to the blog.

What was I doing, you ask. Um...I'm not sure I want to tell you. See I don't want people to think the topic of my blog has changed. And really, if I'm being really honest, I'm afraid if I tell you, the people who truly love me might stage an intervention.

Ok, Ok, out with it. All week I've been reading Midnight Sun. It's the fifth book in the Twilight series, that was never finished due to it being leaked on the internet. But the author, released a copy on her website for fans to read.

And this is what I've become, a weird, Stephanie Meyer stalker. I read every outtake on her website and of course the entire Midnight Sun copy, and I hate reading on the internet.

The good news is, it's done. She said she will no longer finish Midnight Sun due to it's being leaked. And I'm now convinced I've read all the material there is to read in regards to the characters in Twilight. I am both sad and relieved all at the same time.

This week, as I come down from my high of getting just a little more of those characters, I will return to normal. I will blog regularly, I will blog about my children and my life, and I will not blog about vampires or other teen romance stories.

I may however see if there are any local support groups for Twilight addicts, to avoid the need for an intervention.


theRogg's said...

If you find any local support groups, please let me know and I'll go with you. I too have been known to read every little thing she posts on her site. Have you read The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner yet? Its pretty awesome as well.

Jenny said...

Oh no...why did you tell me :) I'll give myself some time to catch up on things and then you know I'll be reading it! :)

Nilam said...

You know, I was the same way about Harry Potter. Haven't started reading the Twilight series yet, and I must admit, I'm a little scared to :-) I have seen both of the movies, though and thought that they would probably be books that I would enjoy.

Glad to see that you are back.

Jenny said...

Nilam-be afraid, be very afraid!

You think I'm kidding!