Welcome to Twilight: The Missing Pieces

Are you a Twilight junkie? If so, you’ve come to the right place. You will know what I mean when I say that some important pieces are missing from Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga. The biggest missing piece is the second half of Midnight Sun, Edward Cullen’s  Twilight story. In fact, Edward’s been given short shrift in a number of ways. This website is here to correct that.

Here at “Twilight: The Missing Pieces,” you will find a new version of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga as seen through Edward’s eyes. Originally, I intended to write only the missing second half of Meyer’s unpublished book, Midnight Sun, and then to write Edward’s version of the Cullens’ honeymoon. However, one thing led to another and after finishing those projects, I ended up completing all four books in the saga, plus several extras.

The first book posted here, which I call Midnight Sun, Part II, consists of the missing second half of Ms. Meyer’s Chapter 12, “Complications,” twelve additional chapters, and the “Epilogue.” As with all of the books, you can read Midnight Sun on its own or alongside Bella’s story as told in Twilight.

The second book to be posted here was Breaking Dawn: Edward. I began with what I call the Honeymoon Series, a set of chapters penned by Edward chronicling the Cullens’ South American honeymoon—the important missing bits. (You all know what I’m talking about.) Readers then pressed for more pieces of the book and so I posted the Nuptials Series (the Cullens’ engagement and wedding), the Pregnancy Series, the New Life Series, and finally, the Doomsday Series, completing the book.
[Note: Breaking Dawn: Edward is sexually explicit. Chapters flagged NC-17  are intended for mature readers only.]

The next project selected by a poll of readers was New Moon: Edward, followed by Eclipse: Edward.

Somewhere along the way, Edward wrote a booklet advising other vampires who find themselves in his delicate situation on how to care for their human companion/lover/spouse and keep them alive. It is called the Vampire’s Guide to the Care & Maintenance of a Human Being

Edward also wrote the Private Diary of Edward A. Cullen, which contains secrets, stories, and musings not recorded elsewhere, including tales of Renesmee’s childhood. Twenty years later, he began a second diary called Twenty Years On in which he tells of events that occurred between the years 2012 and 2033, including tales of Jacob and Renesmee’s life together (ongoing).

Finally, Edward is writing a travelogue called Together Away, which tells of his and Bella’s getaway to Florida, Isle Esme, and Europe in the year 2015 (ongoing). (Courtesy of guest author Julie Vans. Check out her erotica website here.)

I hope you enjoy these continuing stories of Edward, Bella, and the Cullens. If you know someone who would like them, pass the word.

Aside from the world of Twilight, the menu item, Other Projects, contains original short stories and excerpts from my novels in progress. At the moment, I’m editing my first novel, working title The Snake Handler’s Daughter (formerly Miss Martha Browne), and drafting my second, working title Trouble in Amity. They are the first two novels in a series about unconventional love set in the fictional town of Amity, Kentucky. The characters include a snake handler’s aging daughter, a disgraced priest with the power to heal, a church-going gay couple with differing standards of fidelity, a pair of precocious, identical twin boys, a randy divorcee, and a male cross dresser with an ax to grind. Shake and stir.

The last menu item is the SHOP where you’ll find hand-crafted goat milk soaps from our fellow Twilight fan, Heidi, at Sunset Pines Naturals. She makes a range of soaps and lotions, but I draw your attention especially to her Twilight Collection, which capture the essence in color and scent of the Twilight characters and settings. They are wonderful in every respect—handmade art from a fan of this website. She offers fellow fans a discount with the “Twilight PAL” checkout code.

Beyond that, the SHOP page has turned into its own blog of sorts (no longer being updated), highlighting Twilight books, movies, and music available from Amazon.com, along with personal commentary on my favorite things. From there, you can visit the Shop Erotica pages, which contain pointers to some of the best erotic romance fiction I’ve found. Or, you can jump to the Shop Vampire & Paranormal Fiction page and find other interesting series in that genre, including books by the “Mistress of Vampire Fiction,” Anne Rice.

As of September 2012, I’ve finally joined the world on Facebook. There’s a page for PA Lassiter and one for “Twilight Missing Pieces” where I’ll announce either my Twilight work or my personal work. Also, I’ll tweet the same on Twitter. Finally, I’ve posted my favorite Breaking Dawn Pt 2 photos from the movie at Pinterest. See you there!

Facebook: Twilight Missing Pieces or PA Lassiter
Twitter: PALassiter (twitter.com/palassiter)
Pinterest: PALassiter (pinterest.com/palassiter)

This blog is written for entertainment purposes, a means of sharing some work I have done which I think  others will enjoy.  Feel free to write comments or ask questions or recommend your own favorite books and series on the relevant SHOP pages.

All files are in PDF format.

N.B. Stephenie Meyer is the author the Twilight Saga and owns the copyrights thereto. I hereby reserve any copyrights pertaining to this original material to PA Lassiter. This material is not intended for sale in any form.

266 Responses to Welcome to Twilight: The Missing Pieces

  1. abbyweyr says:

    Do you have the full book as one PDF to download? That would be easier than doing each chapter. I’d read online, but having intermittent connection problems. Thanks.

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi,
      Each of the finished books has a single-file PDF version at the bottom of its Contents page. Choose the book you want to read from the menu at the top of the page, then scroll down below the individual chapter listings and you’ll find a note like “For your e-reader” with a link. That’s the PDF file. Here’s a link to the Midnight Sun page and the big PDF file link is at the bottom. Enjoy. :-) -PAL

  2. Judy Leavell says:

    Hi, PAL, I wondered if you have added any new ’20 Years On’ installments. I know you’re busy with ‘paying’ work, but wondered if you had time for any more. I still reread all the Twi-books you have written. They are closer to my heart that than Bella’s POV are. Thanks again for enhancing my Twilight life. Judy

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Judy,
      Unfortunately, I haven’t written any new stories for a while. The issue isn’t the writing so much, but that I haven’t had time to reread the Twilight Saga in a long time, so my memory of the details about the world and the characters has faded. If I just sit down and write an Edward story, I’ll find as soon as I send it out for review that I’ve made gross errors in basic Twilight facts that make the story unworkable. Then I’ve wasted my time. So…I’m holding off until I have time to immerse myself in the Twilight world again. I feel strongly that my work “works” because it is as true and congruent as I can make it to the world Stephenie Meyer created. That keeps the magic of the story alive, and I don’t like to slip up. I thank you for your keen interest. You’re a gem! :-) -PAL

  3. Jenny says:

    I was told to watch the films by a friend of mine which I did. Unfortunately I still haven’t seen the last one because of this I couldn’t wait any longer and bought the book instead to which I fell into so much more than watching any of the films! I was absorbed. After finishing the book I scoured the internet looking for more twilight because I missed it. I’m 29 I don’t usually read a lot but I’ve been captured. I read the first part of midnight sun on Stephanie’s website and needed more again and found part 2 written by yourself. I’m hooked! Apart from the headaches I’m getting reading the writings off my iPhone I can’t wait to read more. I’m reading well into the night, as soon as I wake up and I’m sneaking off at work just to read a little bit more! I can’t wait to read all the others and thank you for continuing the stories! If you could now provide a cleaner and a nanny I would never have to stop reading! Lol!

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Ha ha! I remember another reader some time ago telling me that her kids were eating ketchup sandwiches after she got hooked on Edward’s point-of-view. :-) And I understand about wishing for household help. I could have used it while I wrote the books, since I barely left my computer for months. Sorry about the phone thing. I have a minimalistic, non-network-connected mobile phone, so can only imagine how difficult it must be to read PDF files on an iPhone. It can’t be much fun. I’m quite fond of my Nook e-reader, but it’s harder to disguise illicit reading with one. Good luck with that! ;-) -PAL

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