Twilight Fanfiction Author Interview: Julianne-Arc
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|Title:||Twilight Fanfiction Author Interview: Julianne-Arc|
|Date(s):||June 7, 2009|
|External Links:||interview; reference link|
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Worst Twilight fanfiction cliché out there? Edward never came back & Bella gets bitten. X amount of years later, they meet again. Sometimes in this, Bella is knocked up and Edward had no idea. And for some reason, the baby is always named Elizabeth, after Edward's mom… weird. Another: Random girl moves to La Push/Forks against her will, (always against her will) and gets imprinted on by a wolf. But I have to admit, a few of those ones turn out to be kind of amazing.
Type of fanfiction you'll never read?Bella gets raped/ Edward the womanizing football captain/ Jacob imprints on a man/ The Cullens go shopping/ to a club/ on messenger. Extreme OOCs in AUs are weird for me too— I don't see the point when characters are changed beyond recognition. They may as well be your own characters with different names.
Type of fanfiction you could never write? Why?Lemons. And Edward/Bella stories. Lemons because, to write it realistically, you have to really picture it… in detail… and then find the right words to describe it… tastefully. I'm just not that creative! And Edward/Bella, because any ideas I could possibly think of have already been done— twenty different ways. And are probably written a lot better than I ever could. So pretty much, trying to write an Edward/Bella lemon would be the death of me.