This 1/2 hour special will air on HBO starting May 24th.
Alan Ball and the cast of True Blood will also discuss Season 2 of True Blood.
Revisit the blood-soaked events from Season One of the hit HBO drama series True Blood. (TVMA) (Running Time: 27 minutes)
5/24 8:30 PMHBOE A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/24 11:30 PMHBOW A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/25 10:30 PMHBO2E A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/26 1:30 AMHBO2W A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/27 3:00 PMHBOE A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/27 3:00 PMHBOLATINO E A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
5/27 6:00 PMHBOW A TASTE OF TRUE BLOOD
Saturday, May 9, 2009
This is even more important since they have started again as a lead up for Season 2.
Blood Copy for Season one HERE
Blood Copy for Season two HERE
We are revisiting the Blood Copy videos which were part of the HBO True Blood viral marketing campaign that helped introduce the True Blood television series in the summer of 2008. We will be doing a radio show on this topic soon.
Previously we have see the mysterious packages were being received, the gatekeeper awakened on a mysterious website, .... Blood Copy website HERE http://bloodcopy.com/
The blog and videos not only were a marketing ploy but they also served as a prologue to the series ...
Here is the blog entry for that time period HERE ( August 17, 2008)
It's great to watch these videos but you also must read the blog entry for that week.
Now one of the most important things you can know about Charlaine Harris is that she reserves the right to change her mind about anything at any time but I thought you might think it was interesting to read a few of her most recent posts from her chat area
Well, you all make me feel great, and you give me a great incentive to work. I do know who Sookie will end up with as a life partner, but I am taking some byways to get there. So if anyone is counting on that wrapping up in the next book, please understand that won't happen. Thanks so much, all of you.
Book ten will be a year after book nine. But there will be a Sookie novella next year, too.
(about books being perfect) There are some writers who take a whole year or even two to write a book. Doubtless if I took that much time, I would have an error-free book, and maybe a much better book. But I'd be bored.
I don't think the next book will be the final resolution of Sookie's suitor choice.
I've written the first third of it ( sookie bk10) . But I'm restarting it, because the opening thread was going nowhere.
Thanks for enjoying the book. I'll end the series when I can't think of anything else I want to say about Sookie and her world, and it doesn't make any difference to me what the book count is then.
The character's growth is a natural one, if anything in writing can be termed natural. The action dictates the changes, and the changes affect Sookie's reaction to the action. It is a natural process.
You can follow all the discussions daily http://www.charlaineharris.com/
A great review from Janet at 'Dear Author'
Dear Ms. Harris:
There is a point in your newest Sookie Stackhouse release, Dead and Gone, where Diantha, demon niece of supe lawyer Mr. Cataliades, warns Sookie of war brewing among the fairies. This spells danger for Sookie because of her connection to the fairy prince Niall, and like the weres in the last book, fairies are not united under one leader. When Sookie asks Diantha why Mr. Cataliades would potentially endanger himself to warn her, Diantha explains “Didyerbest,” which Sookie understands refers back to the horrific explosion at the Pyramid of Gizeh hotel a couple of books ago. Sookie and Barry the bellhop had searched for survivors among the rubble, even though they knew they risked being discovered as telepaths by law enforcement looking for an edge in crime solving. Together, they found many humans and vampires who otherwise would have perished.
This sentiment - doing one’s best - appears several times in the book, and it has become a hallmark theme for Sookie; she continues to do her best in increasingly difficult and dangerous situations. And she continues to find herself more entwined in the supernatural world, and more vulnerable to its persistent cycles of violence, understanding more clearly that one’s best isn’t always good enough to prevent chaos and collateral damage. Previously, Sookie has been the victim of conflicts among others, and this book is no different, except for the fact that the circle of danger is widening out from her, too.
Enjoy the comments as well ...
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