If 'Twilight' Stars Had The Write Stuff...

Kristen StewartAfter so many years wearing blond wigs and body glitter as the Cullen family patriarch, we totally understand why Peter Facinelli might want to take a break from big-screen endeavors to try his own hand at stardom of the YA literary variety—which he is, along with a couple of author friends and the blessing of Little Brown books. We can expect to see Peter's first authorial effort, a dystopian tale about a boy named Rose, on shelves in 2015. But why should he get to have all the fun? The time is ripe for all the "Twilight" peeps to give novel-writing a shot! And just in case they're looking for inspiration, we've got some perfect pitches for the saga's three headliners whenever they're ready to write.

For Kristen Stewart: a romance!

Everyone loves a roman a clef, and Kristen's renowned close-mouthedness about her private life will make readers even keener to pick up a book that seems like it might be an autobiography in disguise. Our suggestion: The story of a young actress named Kaitlyn Wartstew, who finds herself cast in a multi-film franchise about sparkly zombies, and ends up embroiled in a high-profile secret love affair on-set with a delicious Brit named Bobbert Schmattinson.

For Robert Pattinson: a drama!

Because it's important to write what you know, Rob's first attempt at literary endeavors should be something close to home. We recommend a meditative, experimental, slice-of-life novel in which a young man blessed with good looks and good fortune nevertheless cannot achieve happiness until he figures out how to get his hair to lie flat.

For Taylor Lautner: a fantasy!

Set in a world that's clearly the stuff of make-believe, Taylor's debut novel will be the story of a well-muscled young man who saves the world, gets the girl and is rewarded with a lifetime supply of beautiful, beautiful shirts. He lives happily ever after and his pecs are never cold. The end.

Would you read one of these novels?