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Today, reader Katie asked a question about New Moon from Twilight: The Missing Pieces, and I thought I would share my answer with the followers of the blog. Q: Which chapter of Edward’s story was the most challenging and which … Continue reading
Just in time for the holiday season, we bring you the long-awaited latest piece in Julie Vans’ travelogue, Together Away. This one, titled “Isle Esme, Part 2,” continues the adventures of Edward and Bella on the island on the occasion … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The second half of the Private Diary of Edward Anthony Cullen is now available for your e-reader. If you read this website, you’ll know the diary is where Edward records secrets about his family and others in his life, information … Continue reading
In response to requests, I’ve created a single PDF file for the first half of the Private Diary of Edward Anthony Cullen. If you read this website, you’ll know that this is where Edward recorded all the secrets he knows … Continue reading
Earlier this year, Julie Vans–guest author on Twilight: The Missing Pieces–decided that Edward and Bella needed a vacation and so began writing a series of stories taking the couple from the Olympic Mountains to Jacksonville, Florida, to Isle Esme, and … Continue reading
In honor of the release of Breaking Dawn, Pt 2, the final movie in the Twilight Saga, Edward has started a new private diary. This one begins twenty years hence, in the holiday season of 2032. This website is still … Continue reading
Ever wonder how Edward grew up in Chicago? Here are photos of the family house which he inherits from himself every twenty-five or thirty years. It is located on N. Dearborn Parkway.