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 Originally, I intended to write only the missing second half of Meyer’s unpublished book, Midnight Sun, and then to write Edward’s version of the Cullens’ honeymoon.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 of 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.

439 Responses to Welcome to Twilight: The Missing Pieces

  1. Alysha says:

    I’m a little bit of a huge twilight fan, books and films, and recently got back into them having read the original books a second time. I tend to watch the films often. I discovered Midnight Sun part 1 and read it yesterday and went looking for any additional chapters as I was itching for a conclusion from the point of view of Edward as I definitely have an aversion to Jacob and any other obstacle to the relationship of Bella and Edward (as the hopeless romantic I am). Upon discovering this site I admit I was apprehensive, Stephenie Meyer was my clear choice as author for the conclusion, but I was pleasantly surprised. I’ve now read part 2 also and I was astonished to find that you’d written all the other books too. The only problem is that this comes at a difficult time for me as I have a lot of exams in the next month and should be reading a different type of book. I just can’t really seem to stop! Thank you for writing your interpretation of Edward’s thoughts, it is everything I could hope it would be.

    • PA Lassiter says:

      I understand. I’d still love to read Stephenie Meyer’s conclusion to Midnight Sun, but in the meantime, maybe mine will fill a gap. I’m so glad it worked for you! -PAL

      • Alysha says:

        I’m not sure if I would even need Stephenie Meyers conclusion, or a rewriting of any more books having read your interpretation. I cannot wait to read the sections you’ve written on their lives after Breaking Dawn- this was something I always wanted answers to!

      • PA Lassiter says:

        Thank you. I hope you enjoy them. Good luck with your exams! :-) -PAL

  2. Hello! OMG! This is amazing. I’m a huge fan of the Twilight Saga and I can’t believe that there is a pov for Edward in New Moon, Eclipse and especially Breaking Dawn. Thank you so much for writing the Twilight: Missing Pieces. Can you make some for Bella? I’m sure it will be perfect!

    • PA Lassiter says:

      I guess you missed the tag line: “Everything through Edward’s eyes.” I’ve always felt like Stephenie Meyer pretty much took care of Bella’s point-of-view. ;-) -PAL

  3. Baby G says:

    Thank you so so much for this. I read the first half of Midnight Sun after reading a preview in the back of one of the twilight books and I thought I’d go crazy if I didn’t read the other half. You provided so much more than I expected and I’ll be forever grateful. Twilight is really meaningful to me and this made it even more special. Keep writing and I bet you’ll be famous one day.😄

    • PA Lassiter says:

      That’s very sweet. You are most welcome. I’m so pleased that my extra twelve chapters filled a gap for you. Writing them made me feel a lot better too, I must say. :-) -PAL

      • Jazznique Harris says:

        I absolutely love your version of Edwards point of view. I feel like you got his personality down packed. Ive read my twilight books hundreds of times and when i found your website i was in heaven. You told a story that could really pass as the actual twilight. I only wish that you could keep it going and maybe write about what happened after Charlie and Sue are married. I want to read about Charlies reaction to Bella being a vampire. I can just imagine how funny thatll be. I cant get enough of Renesmee and Jacob or Bella as a vampire and dear old overprotective Edward. I want more please!!!!!!

      • PA Lassiter says:

        Hi there, Jazznique!
        I completely understand. We all want as much Twilight as we can possibly get. :-) I have not given up on writing more stories for the website. However, in the last couple of years, I have embarked on creating original work, which, unlike fanfiction, I can sell, so that must necessarily take precedence. I still hope to add a few more stories to the Twenty Years On page, possibly this summer. Thank you so much for your enthusiasm. :-) -PAL

  4. Nena says:

    I don’t know how to thank you for this! I’m so happy and I’m loving it 😍 thank you so very much!!!

  5. Andrea says:

    Absolutely amazing! Fantastic work, truly enhanced the series, if not making it into a series of its own. Can’t stop reading these versions… So beautiful and amazing.
    Thanks!!!

  6. naomi says:

    Omg.. i loved the way you wrote edwards pov… i wish you would do trent kalamack’s pov from the hollows…

  7. Spandan Chowdhury says:

    ma’am, can you please tell us, the “new moon” and “the eclipse” in jacob’s point of view, clearly we know by now, what edward and bella felt, but the puzzles of jacob’s feelings can only complete the love triangle, so please, if a book is written on this, it’ll certainly entertain the readers

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Spandan,
      You are certainly right that knowing Jacob’s side of the story in New Moon and Eclipse would fill out the experience of the books. It’s a big task, though, I’m sad to say. To be honest, I also find Jacob to be fairly transparent in his outlook and his feelings. He’s easy to understand and to predict in many ways. For that reason, having his entire story line spelled out is not altogether necessary because his reactions and emotions are straightforward. You’re in luck, though, in that Stephenie Meyer actually wrote a fairly long summation of Jacob’s point of view during Twilight and New Moon. You’ll find it on her website here:

      Being Jacob Black

      If you look around on the Twilight portion of her website, you’ll also find other story lines, extras, and outtakes that were deleted from the original books. They’re a lot of fun to read. In addition, in the Private Diary of EAC on this website, you’ll find a number of short takes where Edward is reading Jacob’s mind during crucial scenes. I had a lot of fun writing those. -PAL

  8. Laura says:

    Hi- do you think you come up with something that indicates how much Charlie knows? Bella and Edward severed their ties with Renee, but Charlie seems to be “in on the game” … what is he thinking (or guessing)? I know Bella said “he didn’t need to know” but still he must some thoughts about why no one is aging.

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Laura,
      I’ve been thinking about this since you wrote your comment, about what Charlie really knows and how could Edward detect that. The answer to your question is “Yes” because, of course, one can write around virtually any topic if it’s interesting enough, and I find your questions here quite interesting. So let me think out loud about this for a moment. Originally, Jacob presented the idea that Charlie simply had to ask no questions at all if he wanted Bella to stay in Forks. That was fine with Charlie because after he saw Jacob phase into a wolf form, he metaphorically shut his eyes and put his fingers in his ears–he seriously did not want to know anything about the supernatural stuff going on around him. In Edward’s version of Breaking Dawn , Edward–who we know has trouble reading Charlie’s mind–caught the word “angel” in Charlie’s thoughts when he first met Bella after her change. It was the only reference Charlie had for what he was seeing, though Bella didn’t exactly match what an angel would be like in his imagination. Jacob has told Charlie that Bella does not turn into an animal (as Jacob turns into a wolf), and in my mind at least, the word “vampire” has never occurred to Charlie.

      So, what does he know? He knows his daughter is cold and hard like a statue, that her eyes are very bright, and that her mannerisms are fast, jerky, and highly alert, and that she is abnormally graceful, which is a huge change for Bella. He knows that his granddaughter grew up four times faster than a normal child and that she can communicate through her hand. He comes to know, over time, that Bella is not aging. He knows that she does not eat. He knows that his granddaughter is his blood relation–she has his curly hair and Bella’s former eyes. He knows that Bella now resembles the rest of the Cullens, whom he recognizes are, as a group, different than ordinary human beings. What does all this add up to to a human who is unacquainted with (and uninterested in) supernatural folklore? I think the answer is “nothing.” It makes no sense. It doesn’t match any known form that Charlie would have encountered. And he’s not like Bella in this area, someone who would seek out books of folklore for answers. He’s very much bound to the physical, the laws of evidence, and cause and effect as a police officer. So he blocks it from his mind and just hopes that Bella and Renesmee will continue to be a part of his life for the rest of his life.

      Those are my immediate thoughts on the issue. Soon, though, I’ll be rereading Edward’s diary and Twenty Years On and seeing what stories remain to be told to fill in some of these blanks. I might come across more dangling threads of information and find a new idea to explore in this area. Thanks for spurring me to think about this issue and let me know if you have other thoughts about it. -PAL

  9. Samantha says:

    HI! I have lately fallen in love with your pieces of creation. Stephene left the book incomplete which was a real dissatisfaction to” twilight junkies” as you call the twilight fans.I read all your books in period of mere three days and really they are just “WONDDDERRRFULL”!! An absolutely perfect insight to edward’s mind.

    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Samantha!
      I’m so glad to hear from you, and I apologize that your comments didn’t post more quickly. (I just found yours and some others that got mistakenly sent to the spam file.) I really enjoyed writing these books, so it pleases me when others enjoy reading them. Thank you for commenting. :-) -PAL

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