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Creator / Stephenie Meyer

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"If you're not writing for teenage girls, you're missing out on a lot of love."
Stephenie Meyer in an interview with Entertainment Weekly

Stephenie Meyer (born December 24, 1973) is best known for writing the Twilight saga, and has also written two other books, The Host and The Chemist.

She has also produced the film adaptation of Lois Duncan's Down a Dark Hall.

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  • Author Vocabulary Calendar: One short story of hers uses "chagrin" and variations of the word at least three times.
  • Creator Breakdown: She had one when a few chapters of her new project Midnight Sun were leaked on the internet.
    • And then one followed when the Breaking Dawn backlash hit and The Host movie didn't do well.
  • Fan Nickname: Smeyer.
  • One-Hit Wonder: Seems to be this. Twilight was a huge success, but her other works haven't fared quite as well. The Host was a bestseller and got a film adaption, but the latter was a flop at the box office, no sequels have materialised and it's largely overshadowed by Twilight's popularity. Her latest novel, The Chemist, also seems to have faded into obscurity.


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