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Stephenie Meyer

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  • No one would blame you if you thought you were getting some kind of Stephenie Meyer clone.

    Archive 2009-08-02

  • Also, as publishing grows more dependent on its major stars, such as Stephenie Meyer, James Patterson and John Grisham, it has less money left over to market the titles of new writers trying to establish careers.

    Barnes & Noble Had Weak Holiday

  • The claim that they are dealing with front list titles such as Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight," Philip Pullman's "The Golden Compass" wrapped only in the FairPlay iTunes DRM and this differentiates it from the others such as Stanza.

    eBooks are Added Value

  • Customer favorites for e-books include "great Summer reads" such as Stephenie Meyer's new novella.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • At the bottom of the cover it says "Stephenie Meyer" in bold, and in a much smaller font below that it reads "Art and Adaptation by Young Kim."

    Blog@Newsarama

  • That's minor league compared with Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series, with 116 million copies sold and J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" novels, with more than 400 million copies sold, both of which crossed the young-adult divide to reach a broad adult audience.

    The Season of the Supernatural

  • All romance novels, whether written by the likes of Jane Austen, Nora Roberts or Stephenie Meyer, employ a narrative formula that follows the gradual elucidation of the hero's inner character, leading to an emotional epiphany between hero and heroine.

    The Online World of Female Desire

  • The second cinema chapter in the wildly popular Twilight saga, based on the best-selling novels by Stephenie Meyer, goes from I Was a Teenage Vampire to I Was a Teenage Werewolf.

    Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011

  • Unfortunately, I think some of Stephenie Meyer readers took it the wrong way, came to my Facebook page, and were quite unpleasant.

    Interview with the Vampire Author Anne Rice Sounds Off on Twilight's Sparkly Vampires

  • What I see happening, with writers like True Blood's Charlaine Harris and Stephenie Meyer, is the domestication of the vampire.

    Interview with the Vampire Author Anne Rice Sounds Off on Twilight's Sparkly Vampires

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