Frequently Asked Questions: Breaking Dawn - Stephenie MeyerForever Dawn is the original, unpublished direct sequel to Twilight , written for Stephenie Meyer 's own pleasure. Meyer says that the book did not fit in with her young adult audience, since she "pretty much passed over the rest of Bella's high school experience entirely, skipping ahead to a time in her life with more mature themes. The book was therefore never published, and Meyer instead gave it to her older sister as a birthday present. No plans to formally publish the novel exist, as much of its plot was later explored in the three later books of the series. However, Meyer has promised fans the opportunity to read excerpts from Forever Dawn. These excerpts were delayed until after the publishing of Eclipse and Breaking Dawn , to avoid spoiling the plotline. Forever Dawn would have meant a quick end to the series.
Will Stephenie Meyer write another Twilight book?
Frequently Asked Questions: Breaking Dawn
These are the most popular questions that I got while on tour. This page is thick with explicit spoilers , so I would recommend not reading this if you have not yet read the book but are still planning to. She began as the weakest at least physically, when compared to vampires and werewolves player on the board: the pawn. She ended as the strongest: the queen. There was simply no other outcome once the fight got started, given the abilities and numbers of the opposing sides. It was a game of maneuvering, with the champion winning not by destroying the other side, but by being able to walk away.
Stephenie Meyer has "thought" of writing a new "Twilight" book concentrating on the Jacob Black and Renesmee Cullen story. She even revealed that she already has outlined the story and have some parts of it written. In an interview with Hypable , the author was asked whether fans of the saga would get a chance to know what happened to the imprinted pair after "Breaking Dawn" and she said that she somehow worked on the said story in the past. The "Twilight" creator did not flat out say though that she was going to continue writing about it and publish it soon. So I'm not going to tell you on the off chance that I do.