Stephenie

The Host Press Tour

Hi all! The press tour is over and I’m so happy to be home. And I’m super excited that The Host is now in theaters! All of us who worked on the film are so proud of it and thrilled with how it turned out. I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it. Have a wonderful… Read more →

The ending of BD 2 (Spoilers ahead)

Hi everyone. I hope you’re all coming back from a really fabulous Thanksgiving weekend, full of quality family time, too much delicious food, and restful tryptophan comas. Two weeks ago, while doing press for Breaking Dawn 2, there were a lot of questions I wasn’t able to answer because I didn’t want to spoil the ending for anyone. I promised… Read more →

Congratulations to our six trailer contest winners!

Congratulations to our six trailer contest winners! These awesome fans will appear in The Host teaser trailer: Angie Cason – Shreveport, Louisiana Ethan Polson – Ankeny, Iowa Linda Barnes – Dinuba, California Lisa M. Hayman – Covington, Indiana Cody Billingsley – Arkadelphia, Arkansas Danielle Hickin – Endwell, New York And when will you get to see all of these beautiful… Read more →

The Host Filming

The faces of a few lucky readers will be appearing in the upcoming The Host teaser trailer. All the rules and instructions for this contest can be found on The Host Movie Facebook page. Click on the image below to go to that page: February 11, 2012 First, a little tease: check back to this page soonish, as I will… Read more →

The Story behind Austenland

Have you ever read a book and thought to yourself, “This would be a great movie! I would love to see a movie of this story”? That is exactly how Austenland the movie got started for me. My good pal Shannon sent me her first adult novel (by which I mean not written for children; sometimes people misunderstand that description),… Read more →

Surprise! I have a new book coming out.

Surprise! I have a new book coming out. It’s called The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner. Well, it’s more of a novella than an actual book—my version of a short story. Actually, this has been a surprise to me, too. The reason why it’s a surprise was that I never intended to publish this story as a stand-alone book.… Read more →