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Stephenie Meyer stops working on Midnight Sun

24th June 2010

Horror writer Stephenie Meyer has announced that she will start working on Midnight Sun again, but only when she feels inspired.

Speaking to MTV News, Meyer claimed that she had 'burnt out on vampires' and was taking a break from the gothic-inspired genre.

She claimed that she would finish the book, which is a companion to the Twilight series, but only after taking some time off.

'I want to wait until I'm excited about the material again, and I'm excited about Edward, and that it's something that's motivating,' she told the news provider.

'Right now, it feels like homework. And when things feel like homework they go very, very slowly for me,' she added.

Meyer stopped working on Midnight Sun after an early draft of the novel was leaked onto the internet.

At the time of the leak, Meyer claimed that she had an idea of who was responsible because all the copies she had made of the work were slightly different.

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