Life Biography of Stephenie Meyer
Hartford, Connecticut - USA
Author of the bestselling Twilight and its sequels. Inspired by a dream, she wrote the first book and has attracted the attention of the agent Jodi Reamer, who assured her a publishing deal for three Books. books sold millions of copies, been translated into 37 languages, and launched a series of successful films.
Daughter of Stephen and Candy Morgan, Stephenie Meyer was born on December 24, 1973, in Hartford, Connecticut. The unusual spelling of first name Morgan was "a gift from the father." He added the letters "i" and "e" at the end of his name to create "Stephanie."The Morgans moved to Phoenix, Arizona, four years later. As the second of six children, Stephenie Meyer took over the tasks related to the older sister of the family. Between caring for their younger brothers and sisters she showed a passion for reading, becoming a fan of classical authors, including Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, and Margaret Mitchell.
While feeling out of place among the population inside the Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Arizona, Meyer was an excellent student gn raduando in 1992, his grades earned him a scholarship from the National Merit. She used the award to attend Brigham Young University, choosing to major in English literature.
Stephenie Meyer married Christiaan "Pancho" Meyer . The two were childhood friends had grown in the same social circles, and less than a year after the reunion, at age 21 married Stephenie Pancho. After graduating from Brigham Young University in 1997, Stephenie Meyer chose to become a mother and stay home with their children Gabe, Seth and Eli
Nearly six years later, on June 2, 2003, Stephenie Meyer became a real author. After convincing a dream - the inspiration for Twilight, and the basis for Chapter 13 first book - Stephenie Meyer began a marathon of frantic writing. His early novel explored the romance between Edward, a vampire, and Bella, a human girl. Influenced by authors such as William Goldman, Orson Scott, and Douglas Adams, Meyer began working Step by step the story, often writing while her children slept.
Within three months, she had created a 500-page manuscript and began looking for contact to publish. Using the advice taken from the site of the author Janet Evanovich, Stephenie Meyer was eventually contacted by Jodi Reamer, a literary agent at Writer's House. Reamer Meyer worked together and polish the manuscript - among other things, Reamer urged Meyer to change his first title, Forks, to the current title - and soon began Reamer to present the book to publishers. Shortly thereafter, Reamer secured a book deal with an advance of $ 750,000 from Little, Brown and Company. This marked the largest amount the publisher had already paid a new writer.
Twilight was released in 2005 to rave reviews. As an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Stephenie Meyer avoided strong sexuality in her writing. Instead, it supplanted it with lush sensuality, attractive for its many (mainly female ) readers. Like JK Rowling, Stephenie Meyer's books are a bridge between the adolescent and adult fiction. It also increased its popularity through its online accessibility and is often accessible to their fan base. A bestseller, the book was honored as a choice by the New York Times Editor and Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year The following year, Meyer published his second work - the sequence Moon Nov to - and sold the film rights to Twilight. With Eclipse ( 2007) and Breaking Dawn (Dawn) (2008), the four vampire books have sold over 250 million copies and been translated into 37 languages. Moreover, the film adaptation of Twilight, starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, earned millions of dollars.
In 2008, Stephenie Meyer launched her work non-Twilight. The Host, a grittier novel aimed at an adult audience, however, are the four Twilight books continue to sell it and making the barbarities sucesso.da author.
4 books. 49 characters. 1992 pages. 7 vampires. A human. 8 werewolves. A love triangle. A story. A novel. A saga. A writer. A mind. An idea. Millions of fans.
Thank you Stephanie Meyer.