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Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 12:04 am
by bella_love3
well i really want to read classics like bella but so far i havent brought myself to read another book besides the series because i dont want them to go away. i picked up the Clique series after finished bd and i couldnt get past first page without almost gagging at the ridiculous story. i don't know what i saw in it before... but dont worry its only been like three weeks, im not holding out forever. (just until the movie!)

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 4:18 pm
by he_dazzles_me
I'm more hesistant about choosing new books or book series to read because I know that nothing will ever compare to the Twilight saga, hence why I find myself not reading as often as I used to.

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:50 pm
by heifergrl1
Twilight has only affected my reading habits a little bit. I still read whatever I feel like reading whenver I wanna read it. But every once in a while, my Twilight books just taunt me on my book shelf so I have to read them again. But besides that, nothing has really changed for me.

-Elizabeth

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 3:12 am
by vampire_elf
Yes and no!
No, because it's nothing new for me to read a book more than once (although most people don't understand how I can do this) and yes, because even though I'm reading books more than once I've never reread books right away after finishing them but I did so with the whole Twilight series. I read all four books, then I read them again and again. Usually, no matter how much I like a book, I read something different in-between before I read it again. But with Twilight, I just couldn't get enough. There was no way I would have been able to concentrate on another book for any lenght of time..

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:55 am
by twilight813
I think the only thing that has changed is that I dont read my homework. So yea Twilight has affected my reading habits because any free minute i get I read Twilight, not my homework that I have so much of. Im surprised Im doing decent this semester! :lol:

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 11:31 am
by A.H
I thought the thread title read , "Has Twilight affected your eating habits? " so I was gonna write, Yep after reading breaking dawn eggs were one of my favourite foods but then I realised that the thread title says reading and not eating :lol: I feel so stupid :oops:

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 11:43 am
by Doodle
The series has become my escape from the world, somewhere I can read and forget about life. Harry Potter used to be that however I struggle reading DH due to the deaths of my two favourite characters :cry: . So that's kinda changed my reading habits (I'm meant to be starting The Host, however Breaking Dawn has gotten in the way :) )

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:54 am
by NKistheshiz
It kind of taught me to read lengthy-er books than the ones I was reading before.

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:35 pm
by Adina
Twilight definitely sucked me into the reading world. Prior, I barely ever read. Then once I read Twilight, I didn't want to stop reading and I haven't. I have branched off to many YA books but also any other books recommended by people who have similar book taste to me. I started Twilight in December of 07 and haven't stopped. I have read more books in the past 10-11 months than I have in the years prior, a good 15-20 years. It is pretty crazy to think about. I am really thankful for Twilight and for it sucking me into the literary world.

Re: Has Twilight affected your reading habits?

PostPosted: Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:03 pm
by Michiyuki
To me, twilight was a complete accident, Back before twilight entered my life a was a computer geeky loser (not much of a social person) I never really go into ficional novels (I was a nerd into anime only)

But now that I have read all the series, I only prefer books that are ficional, (vampires ect.) in Dark romance like this. Just like my mother I'm a sucker for the paranormal! ^^