This blog is brilliant, but I have to ask, what made you hate twilight? I love the gifs, keep them coming!
There are a number of us who post on this blog, and we all have our own personal thoughts etc about twilight. I don’t think I hate Twilight, though I have some serious issues with it. There’s the poor writing, bad characterisation, illogical reasonings etc.
But the biggest problem I have with Twilight is the way it portrays abusive relationships as romantic and desirable. No girl should actually want Edward. And then there is the pedophilia…
I used to be a horrible twibard fan seriously. I made my dad go see the first movie with me. Anyway, the only thing really likable about the books though it seems are the covers. I've always thought the covers never really portrayed what the book was about if anything it all. There's no connection (like there is no plot!) and it's said because some of the covers are really interesting.
The original covers are very nice. And strangely similar to some other covers.
I’ll try to find them later (when I am not at work)
“Anyone waiting for the vampire craze to subside is in for a world of disappointment. Although the current “twihard” population is certainly the loudest and most obnoxious of the genre’s fans, there have actually been vampire lit cults for years — and, yes, we mean farther back than Interview with the Vampire. Long before Bram Stoker created his iconic Count Dracula, this supernatural creature had transitioned from rural folklore to the printed page with great success in 19th-century pop culture. Here are five now-forgotten stories from vampire literature’s early days — ranging from spooky to sexy — that will seduce even the most vamp-averse.”