Stephenie Meyer, who made Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart famous by writing "Twilight", is donating a dollar from each sale of her new book to the Red Cross. Her new book, "The Short Second Life Of Bree Tan," follows a character, Bree Tan, who originally featured in the third "Twilight" book, "Eclipse." The book will go on sale in stores on June 5 and will be made available online a few days later. In a statement on her website, Meyer said she had never planned to publish the short story. "You all have bought a ton of my books, and I wanted to give you this story as a gift," she said. "I'd always considered 'The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner' as something for the fans. They have been so supportive of all things 'Twilight'." "Actually, this has been a surprise to me too. The reason why it's a surprise was that I never intended to publish this story as a stand-alone book. "I began this story a long time ago before 'Twilight' was even released," Meyer said.
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