Twilight: The Missing Pieces remains alive and well, despite the completion of the five movies that kept the Twilight phenomenon in the public’s consciousness years beyond the publication of the final book. I keep expecting interest to drop off, for readers of this website to move on. The opposite is happening, though. Visitors continue to arrive in increasing numbers, and I can only surmise that many of us still enjoy visiting (or revisiting) the magical world Stephenie Meyer created.
So I keep fielding requests, and though I write Twilight stories less often as I edit my first novel (working title, Miss Martha Browne) and draft my second (working title, Trouble in Amity), I still find inspiration in the Cullens’ future lives. In his latest diary, Twenty Years On, Edward writes from the year 2033 of events that have occurred in the twenty years since Renesmee reached adulthood.
Edward’s newest tale, “Death of a Dream,” chronicles Rosalie’s reaction to the birth of Renesmee’s child, Sarabel Edilia Black. Rose seems cursed by an eternal dissatisfaction with her lot, and this story represents the next episode of her personal drama. It takes place in the year 2023. (Find it here.)
To my new followers, I extend a heartfelt “Welcome!” Here you will find stories that extend, but remain consistent with, the world Stephenie Meyer created in Twilight, all from Edward’s point of view. Questions are answered, plot points are expanded, and existing characters move forward in time.
I hope you enjoy this latest tale. Feel free to comment on any page of the website. I monitor comments and do my best to respond to each one.
–Phoebe Ann Lassiter