Exclusive Lexicon Quote from Midnight Sun

We have today’s fansite quote for you!

 

We’re excited to see where this falls in the story! We’ve had access to the previously released 11 chapters of Midnight Sun and this quote doesn’t fall in the material that was released. However, it obviously reads as a scene when Edward and Emmett are in class together. This leaves it to be a class time just before Edward and Bella go to the meadow on Saturday. 

Of course, the BIG question we have with this quote is… what did Emmett think about that upset Edward? My guess is that it’s about not being able to really touch Bella. We will all see how it fits into the story on August 4!

We will discuss this and all the other 17 released quotes tonight on YouTube Live at 8EST. 

Thanks to Fickle Fish Films and TheNovl for sponsoring the fansite quotes this week!

Midnight Sun Quote Week!

Every day this week, a different website will host a quote from Midnight Sun! 

Today, Hypable had this quote:

As much as I would have loved to get out of the truck and stalk up to the helpless duo – to lean over them, intimidating, close enough. That all the little signs of what I was would feel like they were screaming at the old man, to bare my teeth and snarl a warning in a voice that would sound anything but human, to watch his hair stand on end and hear his heart splutter with panic – I knew it was a bad idea.

To us, this clearly references the moment Edward brings Bella home and see Jacob and Billy on the porch.  

Tomorrow, UK Twilight will have a quote. Wednesday, Fangurlish will have the quote of the day. We will host a quote on Thursday! And TwilightMoms will round out the quote on Friday.  

We’re actually wondering if OhMyCarlise, Rosmelie, Tashopolis, TwlightersDream or XtineMay will getting quotes since they seem to have been following and posting Twilight related content much more than the rest of us! Still, we’re thankful for any and all content we can get to take our minds off the pandemic.  

We will be discussing the all the released Midnight Sun book quotes this Thursday night on YouTube Live at 8:00 EST. 

Midnight Sun Drive-In and Virtual Book Tour Update

Stephenie updated the information on her book tour for Midnight Sun. With all the social distancing rules changing moment by moment, this may change again in the next few weeks.  But as of July 20, here is what we know from Stephenie…

On Friday, August 7th I’ll be at the Skyline Drive-in Theatre in Shelton, WA with Ballast Book Company for a socially distanced, in-person Q&A followed by a screening of the Twilight film. *If all goes as planned, you’ll be able to ask me questions from your car and we can share some safe and masked fun.  Visit the Ballast Book Company site for details.  

On Saturday, August 8th the amazing bookstore, An Unlikely Story, will be hosting a Drive-in event with the Rustic Drive-In Theatre in North Smithfield, Rhode Island. I really wanted to be there in person, but travel restrictions are keeping me from attending. However, I will be there with you virtually and you’ll be able to ask all your Midnight Sun questions in real time via Instagram Live, and then watch the movie. Make sure you have Instagram on your phones! Visit the Unlikely Story website for details. 

There are also two virtual events hosted by Books a Million and Barnes and Nobel. 

Monday, August 10th
4:00 PM PT | 7:00 PM ET
BAM Virtual Event
Tickets: crowdcast.io/e/7mdhaol9/register

Friday, August 14th
4:00 PM PT | 7:00 PM ET
Barnes & Noble Virtual Event
Link: https://www.facebook.com/barnesandnoble/

Character Chat for Midnight Sun Thursday

We moved our usual Midnight Sun Monday chat to Thursday because of conflicts.  This week we chatted about our favorite characters and their stand out moments and lines from the books.  You can rewatch on YouTube.  We were joined by Amy (OhMyCarlisle), Mel (Rosmele), Heather, Shelley (SomethingBlue), and Emma (The Nutty Madam). We will take next week off and meet again on July 23. 

 

Midnight Sun Book Tour

Midnight Sun CoverStephenie Meyer has announced that she plans to do two book events for Midnight Sun at drive in theatres. Read more about it on her website. 

Stephenie Meyer on Letters To…

Stephenie surprised some fans by doing a Q&A on Letters To…

Next Midnight Sun Monday Poll

What do YOU want to hear us chat about next week in our Midnight Sun Monday night chat? Take the poll below. If you have a suggestion other than the ones provided, leave us a comment!

Midnight Sun Monday Chat on Conventions

The gang was back together for another Midnight Sun Monday night chat on conventions!  You can watch the replay on our YouTube channel!

Fandom Chat on Fan Camp!

We had our Midnight Sun Monday night chat this week about fan camp! If you missed it, you can watch it on our YouTube channel. We were joined by several new faces this week including Yara from Twilight Moms,  Heather from the PopSugar contest interview with Kristin Stewart, and Savy from all the conventions and fan camps you can imagine.  We will host another chat next Monday night.  If you have a topic suggestion, drop it below! 

Midnight Sun Sneak Peek and a Note

As promised, Stephenie Meyer has released a Midnight Sun sneak peek today at StephenieMeyer.com.

“From now until the Midnight Sun release on August 4th, every Tuesday and Friday we’ll be posting a quote from the book. And today, the 17th anniversary of the day I started writing Twilight, we’ll post the first. Enjoy. Be safe, stay healthy, and enjoy.”

She also shared several website links that focus on racial injustice and how you can help. While we enjoy this peek at Midnight Sun, let’s not ignore what’s going on in the world around us. We can and must do better to make change happen. Here are the links Stephenie shared today. 

“We can affect change in our homes and our communities. If you are looking for resources on education, advocacy, places to donate, or ways to help, please check out some of the links below. It’s a place to start.

The Obama Foundation is a wonderful resource for education on police violence and antiracism, ways to take action, and information on organizations that encourage reform.

The Cut has a very informative article called How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality. It details helpful ways to safely support protests right now.

Vote.org allows you to check your registration status, register to vote, and request absentee ballots. It also provides election Covid-19 information and a handy election protection guide.”