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Shameless Self Promotion

I’ve been a fan of Loving True Blood in DallasTalk Blood Radio for quite a while now. If you’ve never caught the show before, it’s an awesome Sookie fix.

I’m really excited to let you all know that Dallas has invited me to participate in the Dead in the Family show tonight (Sunday night). We’ll be picking over the new book, and I’ll be blabbing about my pet subject – Sookie and the Viking.

The show will air live at 9pm (central) and you can call in with questions and comments on (646) 929-0825. You can also listen to the show as a podcast too if you miss it tomorrow night.

Click the Blog Talk Radio image below to listen in at the Loving True Blood in Dallas site.


Get Your Hands on DITF – Two Months Early!

This picture just makes me happy. I don't know why.

Before you all assemble a lynch mob to hunt me down, NO I DON’T HAVE IT!

But you can win an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC), if you’re feeling particularly creative.

Author Suzanne McLeod will be interviewing Charlaine Harris in the UK on the 9th of March. She is giving away a couple of ARC’s of Dead in the Family for the best interview question submitted via her blog.

You have to get your question in by March 7th, 2010.

Questions must be submitted via comments on her blog post HERE.

Full details are available on Suzanne’s blog, so you’d better think up the most awesome question in the history of the universe and get your butt over there RIGHT NOW.

I think I would literally have a heart attack if I won this…


My ramblings on the Sookie Stackhouse books, and the HBO series True Blood. Everyone I know is already half crazed with my plot and character assassinations, conspiracy theories, theme explorations and general obsessing, so now I'm going to share it all with you. Spoilers and Viking worship are have been warned!

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