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The Twilight books, which was also later made into the most-watched films, had every teenager (and even some adults) hooked for years after it was released early in 2008 by author Stephanie Meyer.

The intense love triangle between Bella, Edward and Jacob has consumed much of every fan’s life. Unfortunately, fans had to say goodbye to the beloved story when the last book and movie were released, Breaking Dawn.

Although many teens who were apart of the saga’s journey are now adults, fans are still excited to hear the good news, as a new revelation of excitement for both adults and new younger fans has been met.

Author, Stephanie Meyer, has shared the great news at Books-A-Million’s virtual live event, saying that there are not only one but two more books within the Twilight saga.

"I have got them outlined and a chapter written I think of the first one, so I know it's there."

The news was released shortly after the release of her book, Midnight Sun, where the Twilight story is told out of the vampire character Edward’s perspective. The book was certainly enjoyed by all fans as they got the chance to live through the mysterious mind of the vampire.

Meyer stated earlier this month in an interview with The New York Times that writing from Edward’s point of view made her "extra anxious".

She stated that; "I wouldn’t want to do that – especially given that New Moon would just be a nightmare of depression and emptiness. I think this gives you enough of a sense of what it's like to be Edward that you could go and look at the other books and you would know what’s going on in his head."

Excitement has sparked in every fan as everyone is wondering what twist the new books will hold. However, it might be some time before fans could find out as Meyer stated that, at the time, she's "not ready to do that right now."

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