It sure pays to be the real-life town in which a fiction phenom takes place.
At least, that's been the case for Forks, Washington ever since Stephenie Meyer first introduced her Twilight Saga to the world.
Even now, the fandomonium is still working in the town's favor.
According to the Pennsylvania Daily News, the Forks Library has now raised $75,000 of the $175,000 they need to renovate and technologically upgrade, and they've got the Twilight Saga's fanbase to thank for some of the generosity.
"Donations to the Forks Library Renovation Fund are coming from all over the nation. And the popularity of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series of books and movies is the reason," said Friends of Forks Library treasurer Ellen Matheny.
Evidently, those donors have been using some serious creativity to make it so, too.
For instance, one small group from North Carolina is credited with hosting a Skype session slumber party in celebration of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2's release which the library lent a hand (er, Forks souvenirs) to, and in turn the participants wound up sending a check over to the organization for its effort.
For those who'd like to participate, hit NOLS.org.