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Of course, it took me a while to realize just how well matched we actually were. Rated M. This is a really well-balanced "they met, they flirted, they fell in love--oh wait!
Summary: Socially awkward twink, Edward, meets Jasper, the manwhore, in front of Rainbow club. Written for Fandom Against Juvenile Diabetes. Summary : A New Moon spin-off.
Summary: Emmett's best friend is gay and is crushing hardcore on his brother. The problem is, Emmett doesn't know if his brother is gay or not. And Emmett will do almost anything to find out.
It was an unusual autumn night in Los Angeles, the normally dry air choking me with its eighty percent humidity. I stood on my usual corner, leaning against a lamppost, dragging on my Marlboro. It was bent at an odd angle from shoving the pack carelessly into my back pocket, and the smoke was getting in my eyes.
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Back to the 21st-century aughts, when vampires and werewolves ruled the airways, followed years later by women reading fifty shades of BDSM on city buses replete with hide-a-book covers. And, as such, they possess a whole hell of a lot of power over us as fans, consumers, pop culture junkies. First and foremost, Twilight is a series of books written by Stephenie Meyer, published between and InSummit Entertainment began releasing the film adaptations, starring the stoic Kristen Stewart as Bella and the dreamy Robert Pattinson as Edward.
Do you think the words " slash fiction " refer to novels that involve a lot of swordplay? If so, you haven't spent much time hanging around fan fiction websites. Fanfic, as it's also called, is written work that takes original media — from Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock to the Harry Potter series to obscure TV shows — and elaborates on it, with the writer creating their own narratives using the core characters and conceits of the pre-existing creation.