The final installment of Stephenie Meyer's vampire saga, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," hits theaters this fall, showing newlywed Bella Cullen in all her red-eyed, ice-cold-skin glory. It's been a long journey since "Twilight" released in 2008 and many fans are sad to say goodbye to their beloved franchise. But when the credits roll on November 16, it may not be the end of Edward and Bella's story.

When MTV News flew out to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to visit Meyer on the set of "The Host," the author revealed she has a few more story lines in mind for the couple.

"Things change so much from week to week, let alone year to year. I mean, there are other stories, obviously," she said. "I have a really hard time putting down characters and so I know what would happen. It's just a matter of, 'Are we tired of vampires?' I kind of feel like maybe we are as a general group."

Us, tired of vampires? Never! But Meyer did admit — even if we're still up for more bloodsucking tales — she's a little worn out on the creatures.

"It might take some time to want to go back there. And of course, for me it's easier 'cause I know exactly what happens so there's not as much suspense and stress for myself."

Fans of the "Twilight" series may recall Meyer's venture back to Forks when she wrote the first novel from Edward Cullen's perspective, "Midnight Sun." The story was leaked online, causing the writer to put its release on hold. For those of us who are itching to get our hands on a copy, we may have to wait a few years.

"You know, I'm trying to stay away from the vampire stuff because I do think if I can focus on other things, I'll recharge a little bit there. I haven't really looked at anything vampirish for a little while," she said. "Someday, like on my deathbed or whatever, if I never get around to writing it, I'll tell everyone what happens. I'll just narrate for a little bit."

"Breaking Dawn - Part 1" is up for two MTV Movie Awards this year under the categories Best Kiss and Movie of the Year. Voting is still open, so make your voice heard! Then, this Sunday, June 3, at 9 p.m. ET you can catch the results on MTV, along with appearances by your favorite castmembers — including Kristen Stewart.

Head over to MovieAwards.MTV.com to vote for your favorite flicks now! The 21st annual MTV Movie Awards air live this Sunday, June 3, at 9 p.m. ET.