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This Twilight Series photo contains well dressed person, suit, pants suit, and pantsuit. There might also be street, city scene, urban setting, cocktail dress, sheath, hip boot, and thigh boot.

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"Ok, the tour is almost over." The lady guided us in a direction I didn't know. "Just one more stop. This last place has much history."

I had no idea where we were going-by the looks of it, neither did the other people, they just kept taking pictures-and it was starting to get chilly out. I better get used to the cold. I started to notice the amount of twists and turns that were made. I looked at my surroundings. It didn't feel like we were touring the streets anymore, it felt like we entered apassagewayor some sort of alley. There was stone wall on either side of us and thepathsuddenly narrowed....
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Okay, so this is part two of my fan fiction. The first part was posted yesterday, so if you haven't read it, read that first before you read this, because if you dont you will be confused. Enjoy! And look for my other fan fiction that was also posted today called California Girls.Enjoy!

    We just got every thing packed up and put in the U-Haul. I climb in to the front seat of my brothers’ Mercedes, which he got from our parents when we found out we were moving. My parents are driving the U - Haul, and I sure as hell don’t want to ride with them. Nick starts the car,...
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*by Stephenie Meyer*



TWILIGHT - chapter 6 - SCARY STORIES


During lunch the clouds started to advancce, slinking across the blue sky, darting in front of the sun momentarily, casting long shadows across the beach, and blackening the waves. As they finished eating, people started to drift away in twos and threes. Some walked down to the edge of the waves, trying to skip rocks across the choppy surface. Others were gathering a socond expedition to the tide pools. Mike - with Jessica shadowing him - headed up to the one shop in the village. Some of the local kids went with them; others went along...
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posted by cajas
chapter 20. VOLTERRA
WE BEGAN THE STEEP CLIMB, AND THE ROAD GREW CONGESTED. As we wound higher, the cars became too close together for Alice to weave insanely between them anymore. We slowed to a crawl behind a little tan Peugeot.
"Alice," I moaned. The clock on the dash seemed to be speeding up.
"It's the only way in," she tried soothe me. But her voice was too strained to comfort.
The cars continued to edge forward, one car length at a time. The sun beamed down brilliantly, seeming already overhead.
The cars crept one by one toward the city. As we got closer, I could see cars parked by the...
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posted by mrsblack_1089
This is sort of a short one...

"Hey, Renesmee, wait up!"
I didn't have to turn to know the voice. It was Mrs. Malagwa, my art teacher, the only person at Brenton who insisted on calling me 'Renesmee.'
I turned and smiled at her. "Is there a problem, Mrs. Malagwa?"
"No, no problem." she panted, out of breath, though she'd only jogged a few steps. I waited for her to continue. "The Valentine's Day Dance is coming up," she said. "And you have such artistic ability. We need more members on the Decorating Comittee." she held up a sheet that was half filled with signatures.
Ah, the dance. I was...
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Robert Pattinson sparkled as vampire Edward Cullen, whereas Kristen Stewart fell flat with her stale, forgettable performance as Bella.
Robert Pattinson sparkled as vampire Edward Cullen, whereas Kristen Stewart fell flat with her stale, forgettable performance as Bella.
I have been adamant about my dislike for Twilight ever since I finished reading the book a few years ago. Originally, I had picked it up finding the cover to be very interesting, but after reading it I felt utterly deceived for I found the book to be very dull and lifeless. Today though, I went to see the much anticipated film and found myself second guessing why my dislike for the series was so strong. This film has made me decide to reread the novel and give it a second chance. So without further ado, I present to you my non-fangirly, serious review of the Twilight film.

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First off, I...
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