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I bet you’ve all read Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight. That’s probably why you are here. And you’ve all said, “ZOMG, this is like, the best book evah!” And now, you’re completely lost as to what to read. Yes, I’ve seen you at the theatres, the DVD and book release parties. You chat up the Twilight series, the actors in the movies, and the Host. I see you. And I hear it. And yes, I understand it, too.

I just want to tell you, Twilight is not the only young adult novel worth reading.  There were books published before. And books will be published after. Maybe they’re not Twilight, but they are worth reading in this post-Twilight Young Adult era.

But, let’s not give up on books all together, shall we? At this blog, we are going to examine books that are in the Paranormal Fantasy Young Adult Genre and how similar they are to Twilight. We’ll talk about if they’re enjoyable or not.

The point of this blog is not to negate Twilight or to put it down. We don’t agree with any hostile manner of responding here, nor will we tolerate it. We encourage constructive conversations about the strengths and weaknesses of a book. We might give out perfect 10s in the recommendations section, but that doesn’t mean it’s a perfect book. It just means that it’s fun and worth a light read. We aren’t dissecting Crime and Punishment here.

If you want to make suggestions or blog for us, we are looking for Young Adult novels geared towards romance that have a supernatural element or figure. Send your suggestions to whattoreadafterTwilight@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you soon!

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