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Fallen Lauren Kate – Costar: Kristen Stewart, Rob Pattinson’s Wedding Scene

August 18th, 2011 No comments

Fallen Lauren Kate – In just a few short months, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will finally tie the knot — in The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn – Part 1, that is. PHOTOS Sneak peek! Scenes from Breaking Dawn Though castmembers have been notoriously tight-lipped about the uberromantic wedding scene, actor Boo Boo Stewart (who plays werewolf Seth Clearwater in the series) shared a few secrets at Sunday’s Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif. PHOTOS Rob and Kristen strip down for Breaking Dawn “It was weird. I was sitting there and I was like, ‘This is actually really touching,” Boo Boo, 17, told Us Weekly. “I think Billy Burke made that scene really great because he had to walk her down the aisle, and I think he really did a great job.” Though Kristen, 21, and Pattinson, 25, have become household names thanks to their roles as Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, BooBoo assures Us they’re still the same low-key couple they’ve always been. PHOTOS Kristen’s grunge-to-glam makeover “Since I’ve met them, for the past two years, they’re exactly the same,” he said. “It’s not like I get to hang out with them all the time, but every time I’ve been with them, it doesn’t matter how crazy the situation is, they’re just always so laid-back.”.

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Fallen Lauren Kate – The Carolina HerreraDesigned Twilight Wedding Dress Will Be Manufactured in …

August 18th, 2011 No comments

Fallen Lauren Kate – Back in April, hypothesizing about what Kate Middleton’s wedding dress would look like sucked up a good deal of our time, and apparently now the big guessing-game is what Kristen Stewart’s Bella character in the Twilight movies will be wearing to her big vampire wedding day. If you’re not following the plot diligently, Bella is having a great big wedding to hunky Robert Pattinson in the upcoming Breaking Dawn Part 1, and Carolina Herrera designed the dress. To subsequently capitalize on all the flutter, bridal designer Alfred Angelo has obtained the official license to manufacture the dress under the brand Twilight Bridal by Alfred Angelo, after the film hits theaters on November 18. That’s right. And according to the press release, “It will be priced in line with Alfred Angelos popular bridal collection, and available in sizes 0 to 30W to fit every Twilight bride.” Here’s to hoping this somehow makes it onto a very special episode of “Say Yes to the Dress.” Alfred Angelo Official Site The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1 Official Site

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Fallen Lauren Kate – Favorites

March 9th, 2011 No comments

Fallen Lauren Kate – Library staff has generally go their own playlists on all the time. On Memorial Library in Castine Wither Director Anne Roman and Lynn Mosher staff, and Lynnie Ramsdell Sweet Emma Lyman-shared their first choice. The reader of fiction, historical novels, especially the civil war can enjoy the time Robin Oliveira “My Sutter name is Mary “(Viking Press, 2010).” Mary Sutter “is the story of a midwife and nurse both stubbornly determined Confederate soldiers of the Union as part of the war effort. That would be a doctor, but this way is not open. A student of anatomy and a midwife carried out and bright, often know more about the human body that the doctors who receive their neophytes. It is also an endearing love story. – Ana fiction novel “Sock A skein yarn Wonderland, directed by Judith Durant (Storey Publishing, 2010) is part of a series string of Wonder The reasons are varied and fun, can be used not only in models of socks, gloves and hats ..

but socks with sandals, gloves, scarves, lace, bags, clothing for children and their dolls, fun projects for your home and even a jersey for a small dog has a pocket and an opening on the left. Are you sure too many things you can not wait to discover created for you and your family – Lynn Mosher children who want more “happy” and not care about their own fairy tale with a little blood is splattered Adam Gidwitz sophisticated tales of the Brothers Grimm have devoured. In “A dark tale and anger” (Dutton, 2010), Gidwitz is to create a series of macabre tales in all its original splendor, is based script to run with the “whole” story of Hansel and Gretel. It uses two characters, the world’s children and the difficulties posed in the history of land and real life. The story is growing as much as anything else, and, recognizing the strength that is not always given credit for children. However, among the beheadings and attacks on the dragon, young readers are not likely to feel abused by sentimentality or moral lessons -. Sweet Emma Have you read For those who like Stephanie Meyer, “Twilight” saga and “The Wolves of Mercy Falls” trilogy of Maggie? Stiefvater, or you do not have enough Paranormal Romance in your life, you should try to “torment”, the second in the “Fallen” series by Lauren Kate (Delacorte Books, 2010). Love, suspense, reincarnation, romance and angels collide in this dynamic series -.

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Fallen Lauren Kate – Interview with Lauren Kate, Author of Fallen

February 24th, 2010 No comments

Fallen Lauren Kate – My special guest today is Lauren Kate, author of Fallen. Kate grew up in Dallas, sent to school in Atlanta, and started writing in New York. She’s also the author of The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove. She’s currently working on the sequel to Fallen, Torment. Kate was kind enough to take time out of her busy schedule to answer my questions. Thanks so much for the interview, Lauren! Tell us, what was your inspiration for Fallen? I got the idea for Fallen from a line in Genesis that describes a group of angels who were cast out of heaven for falling in love with mortal women. I started thinking about what it would be like to be a normal girl suddenly the object of an angel’s affection. What kind of baggage would an angel have? What would her very over-protective parents think? From there, this whole world unfurled in my head. Fallen angels, demons, reincarnation, and the war in heaven were all battling for a piece of the action. I found the atmosphere in the book deliciously dark. How conscious do you have to be of language to create such an effect? Thank you! It took me until the second draft of Fallen to realize that the setting was really another character in the story. At times, I struggled with those descriptions like, how many times can I use the word humid? but then, once I started to see how integral Savannah and Sword and Cross were to Luces storyline, I started to have more fun with it. Torment is set in an entirely different place, but I like to think the setting is just as relevant and important, and just as much fun. Did you plot the story in advance or did the story and characters develop as you wrote? I surprised myself by meticulously plotting out Fallen before I wrote it. Character descriptions, paragraph-long synopses for each chapter, big endings, the whole deal. The outline (along with a few chapters) was shared with writer-friends, agents and/or editors at very early stages. And because the story was larger and more complicated than Id first realized, I actually did revisions on the outline. Way more plotting than Id ever done before.

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Fallen by Lauren Kate – Move over vampires, we’re loving angels instead. . .

February 1st, 2010 No comments

More news about Fallen by Lauren Kate. Forget Twilight’s brooding vampire Edward Cullen — the new romantic hero is sporting a halo. Vampire romances from Twilight to True Blood may have dominated the pop cultural landscape in recent years, but now it appears that angels are taking over. Our obsession with moody, nocturnal blood-suckers looks like it might be about to bite the silver bullet — and our fanged friends replaced by otherworldly creatures of a more cherubic variety. Up till now, Twilight author Stephenie Meyer has had the bestseller charts all to her herself, but now it’s no longer a place where angels fear to tread, with authors such as Lauren Kate and Becca Fitzpatrick writing books that tell the stories of young women in love with fallen angels. “Angels have quite a few things in common with vampires — beauty, immortality and, in the case of fallen angels, danger,” says Donna Condon, commissioning editor at Piatkus, publisher of JR Ward’s popular Fallen Angels series. Like vampires, angels are definitely forbidden fruit. This can be both exciting and strangely comforting, especially for younger readers. In both vampire and angel romances aimed at young adults, there’s no pressure on the characters to have sex. “It’s a bit like reading Jane Austen,” says Annie Eaton, fiction publisher at Random House Children’s Books, which publishes Lauren Kate. “You have all that yearning, but it can never really be consummated. It’s very romantic, but it’s safe.” And angels, caught in a timeless fight between good and evil, offer romance on an even more epic scale than vamps. That’s what appeals to some readers — and authors. “The idea began when I came across a line in Genesis that talked about a group of fallen angels who were kicked out of heaven because they lusted after mortal women,” says Lauren Kate, who recently sold the film rights to Fallen to Disney. “I started thinking about what it would be like to be normal girl who is suddenly the object of an angel’s affection. As someone who’s been writing love stories my whole life, this angel angle seemed like the perfect way for me to up the ante and tell a really big love story, one that brought in questions about trust and betrayal, and preconceived notions good and evil.” They may be full of action and epic love, but one traditionally crucial element is absent from many of the angel novels — God. These angels are usually connected to a vague force of goodness rather than a specific deity. For those whose interest in angels is spiritual rather than romantic, books about “real-life” angel encounters have become hugely successful. The memoir Angels in My Hair by Irish mystic Lorna Byrne, who says she has been communicating directly with angels throughout her life, has sold nearly 60,000 copies since it was published in 2008. Other hits include Jacky Newcomb’s Dear Angel Lady and My Whispering Angels by another Irishwoman, Francesa Brown. “As we understand it, angel books are appealing to the same people who were reading so-called misery memoirs,” says Michelle Pilley, MD and publisher of Hay House, which publishes angelic bestsellers by Jacky Newcomb and Doreen Virtue. Tales of tragic childhoods were big sellers in recent years, but since the recession sales of the genre have dropped dramatically. According to supermarkets, where misery memoirs have always sold strongly, the same readers have turned to angels instead. These angel books particularly appeal to people who do not feel a connection to traditional religion. “I think people find (angels) very approachable,” says Pilley. “They’re very accessible. People study the different archangels and their different attributes, and they feel they can have a direct personal connection to these angels in a way they may not be able to do with a God. You have personal (guardian) angels, who are (devoted to) you as an individual, and people without strong religious faith may not feel God has such a personal interest.” So will we be seeing even more angels on the bookshelves? Donna Condon of Piatkus thinks so. “I think we are very much only at the beginning of this craze, and it seems like angels are definitely here to stay for a while. However, as for angels reach

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Fallen Lauren Kate plot

January 15th, 2010 No comments

Fallen Lauren Kate – There is something painfully familiar to Daniel Grigori.Mysterious and remote capture attention Luce price from the moment she sees on her first day at boarding Cross & Sword suffocating in Savannah, Georgia. The only bright spot in an area where mobile phones are prohibited, all other companies screw students and surveillance cameras monitor every move.Even if Daniel does not want anything to do with Luce – and make your way to a destination very clear – you can not disappoint them. Him like a moth drawn to light, they have to say that Daniel is so desperate to keep secret…dark even if it kills her.Dangerously exciting and romantic, is a page turning thriller traps and final love story.

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