This Thing Called Twilight

I’ve started a vlog, which I’ll add to this blog as it goes along, and I’d love your opinion.

I kinda sorta really dislike the whole Twilight chaos right now. Check out the video and let me know your opinion on the matter!

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About S. G. Ricketts

I am a dreamer. This page holds all of the dreams and desires and hopes and wishes of the first of my two dreams: to share my imagination with the world. For those of you who have read a book or written a book, these stories are not merely words on a page. They are living, breathing creatures, worlds so compellingly real that you can smell the sweat and feel the rain. This is what I want to share ...with all of you. Yes, becoming rich and famous would be fabulous. I won't deny that. However, it would be so much more satisfying to see my book in the hands of someone on the bus, hear my book talked about at a restaurant, see a cluster of fan-art. I want to inspire the mind to imagine different worlds and different situations. If I can achieve that, I will have achieved my dream.

Posted on November 9, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Twilight doesnt affect my life much. I dont see mags on them and my friends are not fans of twilight… i think majority dont read them, dont like them, dont wanna watch them. I’m also not a fan myself, so I’m exactly like my friends. My life is twilight free.

  2. I totally agree that the first 3 books were the best, although I really don’t like Bella….she’s a whiny, co-dependent….something….that just gets on your nerves if you really think about it. However, if you ignore that, and remember that she IS 16 at the beginning, then that helps explain the angst and the “sky is falling/world is ending/we are star-crossed lovers” mentality. Breaking Dawn seemed like Stephanie Meyer’s way to move the books from the teen world to adults. I think she would have served the series and herself much better had she kept it consistent.

    • I agree. I was as addicted to the books as any other teen, but looking back, there were some really confusing, simplistic ideas to it.

      Now, the Host was a fabulously written book with very mature concepts. 🙂

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