Stephenie Meyer v Berlinu


Stephenie Meyer nadaljuje svojo turnejo po Nemčiji.

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Title: “Bella is like a delicious cheesecake”

As I arrived at the Kulturkaufhaus Dussmann, dozens of fans had been already waiting.
I underestimated the situation when I thought I’d have enough time to get a good seat one hour before the actual thing started.
Apparently, I should have come at least in the morning. Some fans had been waiting since 12:00… .And now they were waiting to get a glimpse of the creator of their favorite book.

Many of them were sitting on the floor as all the seats were already taken. The hall itself was way too small for this huge amount of people, so many of them were upstairs, looking at the stage on a screen. Fans were screaming and clapping as Stephenie Meyer finally appeared.

“This is really something…”, Stephenie smiled when she saw all her fans. And then she said would stay as long as necessary to get everyone’s copies signed.

After a brief introduction, Stephenie started reading out a part of Eclipse, Rosalie’s part which is her favorite background story. The fans flipped their books open and started reading along.

But we were getting really excited, finally, it was time for the questions, after a German actress read out another part of the German translation “Bis(s) zum Abendrot”. People started asking a lot of questions, most of them about Stephenie’s writing skills, but there were also a few really interesting ones.

Here is a small collection of the most interesting questions (there were a lot!) and Stephenie’s answers:

Will there be a sequel to The Host?
– “I’m already working on the sequel, it’s almost done.”

Is Breaking Dawn really the last book in the Twilight Saga?
– “The 4th book will be last from Bella’s perspective. We’ll see, it’s all about the time. Midnight Sun needs to be done as well. I have so many ideas, but I want to write other stories, too.”

At this point everyone became really excited about Breaking Dawn. And although Stephenie said at the beginning, she would not answer any questions concerning the 4th book, because she wanted everyone to be surprised, she smirked and allowed another question to be answered:

You took your inspiration from Wuthering Heights and Romeo & Juliet.What was your inspiration for Breaking Dawn?
“I basically had two classics. Breaking Dawn is not quite based on them, but they inspired me. I will tell you ONE (everyone started screaming at that point)… it is Midsummer Night’s Dream!

How do you feel about the film cast?
“A lot of fans say ‘Don’t let them ruin the movie’! But I think adaptations are good, too. Just look at Romeo & Juliet. There are so many ways to make a good movie. And of course I want to see the movie as well! I plan on visiting the set soon again. I’m really happy about the cast. And I’m really happy about Rob playing Edward. He fits perfectly!”

And two more questions & answers which I thought were funny:

Jake or Edward?
“Well that is a problem… we have two perfect man here! So I guess a sharing plan needs to be worked out, you need to be flexible (laughs)”

Will Edward stop loving Bella if she was a vampire? (If-questions were actually not allowed, but this one seemed to concern so many fans, Stephenie just had to asnwer this one!) If it’s all about the smell he feels attracted to…
– “You have to look at it this way: To Edward, Bella is like a delicious cheesecake – and no one can resist a delicious cheesecake. It’s why he noticed her the first time. But he truly loves her the way she is. It’s not about the smell, because it’s like they are soulmates.”

Afterwards everyone lined up for the book signing. And everyone had the chance to get their book signed, even those people who had been watching her upstairs.

In total I can say it was a really nice happening. Everyone was very cheerful and said how awesome Stephenie was.

I hope she will come to Berlin soon again! And next time, we will need a hall at least 4 times bigger than this one.

Thank you for coming!

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4 Responses to “Stephenie Meyer v Berlinu”

  1. Doktor Živago Says:

    Katero neko je drugo klasično delo, po katerem se je zgledovala pri pisanju BD? :smile: No, vsaj čudež se je zgodil, da smo izvedeli namig. :smile: AH, kakšna škoda, da ne živim v Nemčiji. :sad: V Slovenijo je ziher ne bo nikoli, ker smo premajhen trg. :wink:

  2. Doktor Živago Says:

    Midsummer Night’s Dream – hm, to je res uganka. Še nikdar slišala zanj. Morda se da na netu dobiti. :???: Sporočim, če odkrijem kaj novega. :wink:

  3. Kasiopeia Says:

    Midsummer Night’s Dream je Shakespearjev Sen kresne noči. Does that ring a bell? :D Jaz osebno sem kar presenečena; vsekakor je Sen ena taka optimistična zadevica, kar je pozitivno, je skupek ljubezenskih spletk (Jacob is sooooo not gone), ima mnogo fantazijskih likov (hm, tole bo pa nekaj novega :D :D), nihče ne umre :) , hm, na koncu niso vsi junaki v zvezi s tistimi, v katere so bili ob začetku dela zaljubljeni…
    Torej, Sen kresne noči se da dobit v vsaki knjižnici :D

  4. Doktor Živago Says:

    Aha! Sen kresne noči! Oh, kako sem lahko spregledala to! :oops: Ha, si grem brž sposodit v knjižnico! :lol: Hvala za info! :smile:

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