So I just begun to wonder... I know only of one other published story that was for sure specifically the very story, originally it's author's nightly dream but there probably are more, so can you name some and so on?
It doesn't matter at all what the story is about as long as it's comparable to Twilight in the dream-origin matter. And one question is, can there be anything worse than Twilight in this thing?
I think Stephen King said he writes a lot basing off his dreams and I guess that's a matter of a point of view whether they're worse or not. :D
But the one story I refered to that I can think of and which is waaaay better than Twilight could ever wish to be...
The Deep End of the Ocean
by Jacquelyn Mitchard.
A heartbreaking, best-selling story of a 3-year old boy, who disappears from his family's life, turning it upside down and the story isn't so much about the kid that disappeared as it is about his older brother and their mother's relationship, the mother from then on pretty much forgot about her other son, who so was also, and more significantly, lost. And basically the story is about the brothers. But it's all because the little one disappeared. The second half of the story of course turns everyone's life upside down once more and everything gets so much more complicated.
The film adaptation is ok but it scratches only the surface. It ignores way too many significant elements and scenes.
My tribute to this, one of my all time favorite books:
Give me more dreambased stories that put Meyer's shallow, teenage-type, sparkly dreams to shame even more than they ought to be in the first place, seeing to that she's a grown woman and a mother...? :P Jacquelyn Mitchard was also a grown woman and a mother, when she wrote The Deep End of the Ocean.