Thursday, November 8, 2007

Twilight~Only a vampire can love you forever...

Hey everyone!
I had such a fabulous time with you all at the "Twilight Character Dinner" discussing Twilight by Stephenie Meyers. The conversation was great and you guys did a fabulous job with interjecting your thoughts, ideas, comments, and favorite moments from the novel. I will admit however, it was so hard for me not to "leak out" spoilers for New Moon! I am ready to get into the great debate of who Bella should be with..."Edward or Jacob"?!
I was also glad to see everyone excited about the November pick, TH1RTEEN R3ASONS Why by Jay Asher. Hope to see you at the next meeting!


Check out a few pics from our fun night!



15 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey peoples! this is me writing about twilight. that book was awesome! i absolutely adored it. i was so cought up in it i wished i was bella. edward is a very enchanting guy who is super hot! you should definately read this book and new moon and eclipse. talk to you later guyz! carrie

Anonymous said...

hi my name is carrie b.you people must read twilight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BYE!!!!!!!!!!!

sweettart818 said...

I enjoyed the meeting! Jacob and Bella seem like the "perfect couple", if there is one. Edward is my future husband, and Alice sounds like the best friend you cuold ever have! See y'all at the next dinner!

Anonymous said...

hey guys... i love this book! i has to be one of the best books i have ever read! The more i read the more i came to love vampires especailly EDWARD CULLEN!!!! (sorry Bella) but yes i encourage everybody to read it!! i love it lots!!!!!!

izzy stephens

Anonymous said...

I LOVED TWILIGHT.AT FIRST IT WAS WEIRD BUT IT IMPROVED.I HAD A GREAT TIME AT THE DINNER.I THOUGHT IT WAS REALLY FUN.IF YOU'VE NOT READ TWILIGHT YOU REALLY NEED TO!!

-JESSECA

jazzypenguin said...

I LOVE THIRTEEN REASONS WHY! I THINK IT IS A ROCKEN BOOK AND IT IS A GOOD MIND KEEPER

bethbooklover said...

OMG!I love both Twilight and Thirteen Reasons Why!! They are such good books!!Can't wait for the next one!bye
Kyrie
(aka:beth)

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