I’m always looking for texts with a proximity to Twilight that aren’t Twilight. It is why I have a long standing obsession with Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy and rushed to the theater to gush over Kristen Stewart’s performance in Spencer (newsflash, she has always been talented, including in her Bella Swan days).
Over the summer, I was shopping at a discount store when I spotted this: pictured: more copies of Vampire Academy Book 5: Spirit Bound by Richelle Mead than a girl could ever dream of. I texted the photo to my roommate with the caption "pov you're in heaven" because that's the honest truth. Were my… Continue reading My Ridiculous Obsession with Vampire Academy
One of the most exciting and terrifying things as a devoted reader is discovering that your favorite book is going to be turned into a movie or TV show. If done well, the film can be a global phenomenon that turns a huge audience and attracts more readers to the source material. When done poorly,… Continue reading YA Movie Adaptations: The Good, the Bad, and the Incomplete
I love vampires. There's something just so mysterious and alluring (and sometimes sparkly!) about them. Vampires have overtaken my life in a few ways: first, by invading my TikTok For You Page with an abundance of Edward Cullen videos. Second, through my constant rewatching of The Vampire Diaries. It was actually my eighth grade English… Continue reading Top Five Vampire Reads
What is the problem with Edward Cullen? My heavily annotated copy of Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer ★★★ Buy the book herePage Count: 658Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Young Adult, Fiction Oh, Midnight Sun. You are the addition to Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga that middle school Julia desperately wanted but certainly didn't… Continue reading Review: Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer