“Eclipse”, the latest work by American female writer Stephenie Meyer, has pushed “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” out of first place in the best-seller rankings. This is a remarkable achievement for a woman that only a few years ago had never dreamed of pen-making.
“It is unthinkable,” the 33-year-old female author said while signing autographs for her adored readers. “I even thought it would be hard to print. When I first sent the manuscript, the thought of” They would laugh at me in the face “was stuck in my head. “Eclipse” is the third volume of the saga (*) novel series Twilight – Twilight was first published in 2005, telling the adventures of the unfortunate couple Edward Cullen and Bella Swan.
She was a “teen” girl (17 years, to be exact) sweet, mischievous and childish. While he is a bloodthirsty vampire. The mixture of details related to werewolves, a few experiences close to the heart-stopping death, and even the harsh, harsh regulations of the school both are attending have resulted in … giving birth. gold for authors and publishers. “It is a very well-written story of love and it has attracted a lot of readers – of course, it is indispensable for young readers,” said Sarah Harkins, regional marketing manager for Borders, Inc. comment.
Eclipse author Stephenie Meyer also shares many similarities with the sorceress JK Rowling, who has written a miraculous story about the boy Harry Potter, helping her from poverty to millionaire. Meyer’s life has turned to another fairy page. Four years ago, the mother of three children knew the housework in Phoenix, Arizona, and had no writing experience at all.
Then on a dreamy night, she had a fateful dream about a vampire’s confession of love to a girl. “It was a strange moment of caressing,” Meyer recalled the dream. “But there’s also a hidden angle because he – that vampire – also admits that he longed to kill that girl from the first day he met.” The result of the dream was the first bestseller, Twilight, in which the dream was actually realized in chapter 13.
The next volume of the novel series is called New Moon (published in 2006). And now Eclipse (August 7, 2007). The fourth episode called Breaking Dawn is expected to be released in the fall of 2008. The subject Meyer conveys is a bit dark, but she says that her books are always about life, not deadly love, nor sexual desires. In fact, describing herself as a chick, too shy to watch from the beginning to the end of a vampire movie, or even dare to read Dracula by Bram Stoker.