Twilighters: Pre-Order The New Special Edition Of ‘Breaking Dawn’ Today!

By Nicole Guanlao

Just when you thought the books, the posters, lip gloss and the dolls were enough, in comes “Breaking Dawn: Special Edition.” On August 4th, Stephenie Meyer is re-releasing the fourth installment of her “Twilight Saga,” but she’s adding some extras that are sure to excite all you Twilighters out there. I know you’re eager to once again “sink your teeth” (that line never gets old) into the book and enjoy some new content as well!

The special edition is packed with goodies. According to, the book includes a replica of the handwritten lyrics for Blue October’s “My Never” — a song that screams “Twilight” — and a “Breaking Dawn” Concert Series DVD.

I’m super excited for the DVD, because I thoroughly enjoyed the concert when it stopped by NYC’s Nokia Theatre last year. The DVD includes a performance by Justin Furstenfeld of Blue October, whose performance at the concert was amazing, and a conversation between the singer and Stephenie.

I can recall Stephenie and Justin sharing a lot of secret information and stories about the “Twilight Saga” during the show and they also discussed how Justin’s music really reflected the story between Bella/Edward/Jacob. Every conversation and song aroused deafening screams from fans. I had so much fun at the concert, so I’m really excited to have the chance to bring that experience home in the form of this exclusive DVD.

But wait! There’s more!

I’m sure your wall is already filled with Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner photos, but just in case there’s some space left, the special edition book also comes with a full-color Edward and Bella poster. I mean what Twilighter — or closeted Twilighter (I know there’s a lot of you out there!) — wouldn’t want that?

If you’re nervous that you won’t be able to snag a copy on August 4th, you can pre-order the book right now.

So fellow fans, are you planning to order the “Breaking Dawn: Special Edition” right away or are you waiting until August 4 to his up the bookstore?