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HeidiTownBlog
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What I learned from reading "Twilight"

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For months I've been refusing to read "Twilight" despite myTwi-tarded friends who kept pushing it on me like an illicit druge.  Finally, I read it, and I blogged about it.

 

Read about my saga through Meyer's first book at http://www.heiditown.com/extra-extra/heiditown-takes-on-twilight-all-posts-in-order-of-appearance/.

 

I hope you will be enlightened and amused.  :smileyhappy:

 

~Heidi

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www.HeidiTown.com

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Re: What I learned from reading "Twilight"

I just read your blog and I'm up-to-date on your "Twilight" saga experience.  What a lark!  I'll be smirking all the way to the computer monitor.  Someone commented that "New Moon" was their favorite in the series, and I have to agree.  I felt like either Stephanie Meyer learned how to write better, or she had a better editor.


HeidiTownBlog wrote:

For months I've been refusing to read "Twilight" despite myTwi-tarded friends who kept pushing it on me like an illicit druge.  Finally, I read it, and I blogged about it.

 

Read about my saga through Meyer's first book at http://www.heiditown.com/extra-extra/heiditown-takes-on-twilight-all-posts-in-order-of-appearance/.

 

I hope you will be enlightened and amused.  :smileyhappy:

 

~Heidi

The Mayor

www.HeidiTown.com


 

 

 

-- Ruth

"The Answer to the Great Question of ... Life, the Universe and Everything ... (is) 42." -- Douglas Adams' "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"

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Re: What I learned from reading "Twilight"

I liked reading your blog. I starting reading Twilight when a friend suggested it. I had never heard of it before but I really liked it. But I never realized some of the things you metioned. Like the chuckling, it does get old after awhile though lol. Thanks for posting tour blog, really enjoyed it.