On Friday, 'Twilight' creator Stephenie Meyer admitted to Oprah that she's burnt out on vampires and doesn't know if she'll write a fifth book in the series.

The sound of teen hearts breaking could be heard everywhere.

Will fans be forced to invent for themselves what ultimately becomes of Edward and Bella? Come on, Meyer! If we wanted to think, we'd be reading 'Freakonomics.'

Luckily, she didn't rule out returning to the series all together. She just needs to make it fun again. Well, she could take a page from 'Harry Potter' scribe J.K. Rowling and get edgier, allowing the audience to grow with the series. Here are some ideas we're offering up. On Friday, 'Twilight' creator Stephenie Meyer admitted to Oprah that she's burnt out on vampires and doesn't know if she'll write a fifth book in the series.

The sound of teen hearts breaking could be heard everywhere.

Will fans be forced to invent for themselves what ultimately becomes of Edward and Bella? Come on, Meyer! If we wanted to think, we'd be reading 'Freakonomics.'

Luckily, she didn't rule out returning to the series all together. She just needs to make it fun again. Well, she could take a page from 'Harry Potter' scribe J.K. Rowling and get edgier, allowing the audience to grow with the series. Here are some ideas we're offering up.

Make Bella Bi-Curious
Not only is this very popular with teens and college students, Susan Sarandon broadened her cult status in 1983 by starring in 'The Hunger.' In it she becomes involved in a bizarre love triangle with a vampire couple played by David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve. Film students still discuss the lesbian seduction scene. Sarandon's daughter, Eva Amurri, could even play the love interest in the movie.

Cat Attacks
A movie about an underage vampire falling in love with a human came out last year and became one of the genre's best-reviewed films of all time. Not 'Twilight,' but the Swedish film 'Let the Right One In.' Creepy and touching at the same time, it connected with hip audiences. It also taught us that cats hates vampires. An apartment full of cats attack a woman and it's the best Swedish scene ever. Meyer needs to add an army of angry cats for the Cullens to fight.

Male Frontal Nudity
'Sex in the City' did it. So did 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall.' And this year, the highly praised foreign vampire film 'Thirst' became the first Korean feature to show male frontal nudity. The girls pining over Edward now will be women by the time Meyer finishes the book. This will really give them beautiful dreams for years. Take that, Team Jacob.

Introduce a Buffy-esque Character
'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' DVDs are still popular with teens. They love to see a teenage girl fighting evil because it's a hero with whom they can relate. While Bella has become a strong heroine, there hasn't been a truly skilled mortal at vampire killing in Meyer's books. Sure, fans aren't going to root for her to kill the Cullens, but there are other vampires she can kill on her way to them.

Fix Global Warming
Two things are huge right now with everyone: global warming and disaster films. Sometimes the disaster films are even related to our environmental issues. It's simple then, Meyer needs a world disaster that the Cullens, with their centuries of wisdom and extreme power, can save the human race from. Here's a thought, have them work with Oscar winner Al Gore on the solution. Then he can play himself in the film.