Posts Tagged ‘Justin Furstenfeld’
So where can you find all that YAuthor information? RIGHT HERE because it’s YAuthor Stalking Tuesday! Learn about your favorite authors, have a chat with them and then share your YAuthor adventures. This week is Stephenie Meyer! This lady’s a bit harder to contact than some of the others now that she has removed her myspace page (and she has never had a facebook or twitter account, so don’t believe imposters!) but she has definitely done some pretty cool things for her fans (including a CONCERT TOUR what? see Amber’s Stephenie Meyer Adventure below.)
Author: Stephenie Meyer
Books: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn and The Host
Favorite parts of her website: Stephenie’s recommendations for books and movies; Stephenie’s original cover designs, Playlist for Breaking Dawn
Fansites: http://www.thetwilightsaga.com, http://twilightsource.com, http://twilighters.org, and Stephenie Meyer’s listings
Amber’s Stephenie Meyer Adventure:
My nerdgirls and I got lucky and Stephanie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn Concert Series was playing in Chicago just a day before we were going to be in the city for Terminus, a Harry Potter conference (there seems to be a total trend here relating between HP conferences and YAuthor Stalking). I dialed the number to the Harris Theater for 3 hours straight on a very hot day in June in order to get us tickets. When August 5 came around, I had not been able to even start the book yet as I had come down with mono a few days before (awesome, I know) and had been trying to sleep as much as possible before going to Chicago. At the concert, Stephenie Meyer answered tons of questions about the series (Needless to say, I knew EVERYTHING that happened in Breaking Dawn before reading it, oh well). She then invited Blue October’s Justin Furstenfeld to sing several of his songs that had inspired scenes in the Saga, including the song “Hate Me” which Stephenie correlates to Edward’s feelings in New Moon. Unfortunately, due to my mono, a train schedule and an EXTREMELY slow-moving line, we were unable to actually meet Stephenie Meyer and get our books signed But the concert was still an awesome experience.