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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby cantfightaneclipse » Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:40 pm

I used to read a book like every two days but now i cant find anything that compares to Twilight apparently there is this book "Got Fangs" that is just like Twilight, doubt it but im gonna read it and see how it compares.
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby KikiMasenCullen » Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:48 pm

Before 'Twilight' came along for me, I was reading tons of stuff. My house, my bedroom more particularly, looks like a library exploded in there. Lol. I just cannot seem to get Edward, Bella, Carlisle, and all the rest of the Cullens, werewolves (minus Jacob Black) and Mike Newton, out of my head. Even if I'm reading a cheesy romance novel, or an autobiography! Lol...help! I need to read something else! Lol...
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby Twilightchick79 » Sat Apr 18, 2009 4:59 pm

Over the past two weeks all I have been reading is the Twilight series over and over again. I have stopped all other reading. I need to go to therapy or something :lol: cause I am seriously not getting sick of reading the same thing over and over again.
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby -Jasper » Sat May 02, 2009 10:14 am

I'm now more open to suggestions for friends on what to read, especially lex friends. After reading the hunger games, recommended by SM and lex people, I trust people here to know good books. :lol:
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby sarah! » Tue May 05, 2009 1:54 am

-Jasper wrote:I'm now more open to suggestions for friends on what to read, especially lex friends. After reading the hunger games, recommended by SM and lex people, I trust people here to know good books. :lol:


^^ I agree, Jenni. At first, I would only read the Twilight saga and now thanks to my Lex buddies, I can read other books and enjoy them just as much.
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby n0vaice » Tue May 05, 2009 7:14 pm

hmmm... Yup, it's made me more of a hopeless romantic nut! :D But I'm already
a bookworm. Twilight just woke-up that side of me again. No eating or sleeping
just reading. :lol: " The Hunger Games" rocks! Can't wait for "Catching Fire" :mrgreen:
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby DudeRocksTheTwilight » Wed May 27, 2009 7:31 pm

I am honestly addicted.
We have to fill out a booksheet on what we have read.
And this is mine:
Twilight
New Moon
Eclipse
Breaking Dawn
Twilight
Twilight
New Moon
New Moon
Eclipse
Eclipse
Breaking Dawn
Breaking Dawn
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Midnight Sun (online)
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby navarre » Wed May 27, 2009 10:33 pm

I'm seriously drowning in "Twilight" oriented fan-fics.

They quench my thirst. ;)
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby ariake76 » Wed May 27, 2009 10:51 pm

Prior to Twilight I didn't enjoy vampire fiction at all, but the series obviously changed all that. My favorite vampire fic series apart from Twilight are the Vampire Shrink books by Lynda Hilburn-- that one and the next one in the series, Dark Harvest. They are REALLY good. Devereaux is tjhe next best thing to Edward, while I'm waiting for Midnight Sun at least ;-)
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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

Postby Openhome » Thu May 28, 2009 1:59 pm

There are several good fan fiction ideas on the fanfiction thread. The WA addicts have taken over, though, so be warned.
I used to avoid romances because they were way to mushy, but Twilight has me interested in them, especially supernatural ones. I'll have to check out the Lynda Hillburn ones. I would also love other people's recommendations.
Here are some that I have recently enjoyed with my daughters:
Fairest, by Gail Carson Levine
The Book of A Thousand Days, by Shannon Hale
The Girl Who Could Fly, and The Underneath. These are all wonderful for those who love young adult books.
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