December wrote:So here is a question for all of you: What if Stephenie was right when she said that writing Midnight Sun isn’t something she can she can sit down and do just because we really, really want her to?
What if it isn’t like cooking supper? Any competent cook can peel potatoes, and put the meat in the oven, but we’re not here because Stephenie wrote a competent vampire romance -- we’re here because what she wrote was little short of inspired. By her own account, Stephenie was possessed by the story of Twilight. By characters who all but spoke to her inside her head. Who in some sense wrote Twilight -- and Midnight Sun.
That’s not something a writer can command. So the question is: do we really want her to hurry up and finish Midnight Sun -- any old way -- just so we can have the book on our shelves next year? Or is the right ending worth waiting for -- however long it takes?
Should we be begging her not to write one more word until it’s a labour of love again?
audreywarenne wrote:i do have one question that lingers constantly in my head. she signed the contract in June to publish Midnight Sun. so that means she has to finish it and get it out. and contracts are almost impossible to get out of. either she'll have to finish writing it or pay a crap load of money to get out of it.
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