It’s just pathetic now

Yesterday, pre Bond, the Ogre and I went to the bookstore. Oh, yes, you know where this is leading…New Moon, Twilight part 2 or “I’m in the big dumb girl book club” as the Ogre so lovingly stated.

Oh, I wasn’t hiding my need for Twilight in a basket full of other things this time. No, I stood right in front of the Teen Hot Picks table, shoved an actual teenager out of my way, and hugged the book throughout the store.

Later, while checking if book 3 was available in paperback, I scared the teen girl’s mom into just sucking it up and buying all 4 books in hardcover…”it’s better if they all match, right?” It was just a ploy to get them out of the section…my section of teen reading.

Is it because I missed out on this particular genre of books when I was a teen? Did I not get enough dirty vampire lovin’ from Lestat? Oh, hell, it’s like k.d. Lang sang…Constant Craving. It just hits the right spot. (well, I hear the right spot finally gets hit in book 4)

Movie good? Book 4, how is it?? Can I make it through Thanksgiving without book 3????

It is just pathetic now.

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8 responses to this post.

  1. I haven’t read the Twilight books yet (I have them, but am finishing some other ones first), but once you are done with them, I highly recommend the books by Holly Black – Tithe, Valiant, and Ironside. They are modern faeries rather than vampires, but they are SO GOOD. And, um, also aimed at teens. 😀

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  2. I never even heard about Twilight untill the move came out! Gaaaaaa! I can’t read AND crochet!! I can’t even have 2 projects started at a time!!! How am I going to live without reading Twilight?!?!?!?off to refill my exclaimation point bucketAre they out on audio yet?

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  3. Woohoo! More books for me, I mean, uh, the Pigs. heeheeheeLinda!! Yes, they are on audio!!! Go, go now!!!!!

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  4. It’s because we didn’t have this stuff when we were kids. Man, I wouldn’t have gotten a darn thing done at all if we had.

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  5. oh, you are too funny, I laughed out loud when I read you pushed the teenager out of the way! You make me want to run back up north and grab my copy of Twilight! I’m totally reading it when I get back. And when I was a teen the only “teen” crap available were the teen harlequin romances! (which I totally read)

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  6. I am so proud of you for not being afraid to show your Twilight Fan Girlyness! 🙂

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  7. I’ve read books 1 and 2. My little brother who is now a marine has beat me and read all 4. He even took his 13 year old son to see the movie when it came out. I agree with Trillian—the Holly Black books are worth a read…although my fav of that one was the first. Melissa Marr’s series beginning with Wicked Lovely are also a good read.I read a lot of YA books now that I am 35…and also wonder why I wasn’t reading this when I was a teen, probably because back then I was reading off the adult shelves. I reckon I’m regressing a bit, but of course it could also be that the YA books just weren’t written like this back then.

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  8. Hey Shorty! Thanks for the additional book recommendations. I'm going to have to make a trek up to the book store-I need book 3 & 4 twilight and now I've got more to pick up!Teen reading-the lustiest I remember was…crap, now I can't remember. Anyway, I think I may have been imagining more than what was really going on.

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