Wednesday, July 20, 2011
I need sponsor or sponsors for the July 31st episode of Talk Blood Radio show ! I have invited MCDallas the great board moderator and friend of Charlaine to come talk for a few minutes about Charlaine's discussion board, the new books coming out and what the hot topics of conversation are with bookies.
Will someone sponsor the Charlaine promotion epsiode ?? Maybe a coupleof you would get together and come up with the $50 !We want to promote the new Sookie companion book, the new Secret Sookie short story and Talk Blood Radio!!
Please buy a $20 raffle ticket (each ) and help us pay the costs of running the blog and producing the radio show this year. I have created a very sensible budget for this year and am raising the money through Talk Blood episode sponsorships and the raffle. It is the only way I can keep this all going, we ain't there yet so please help...
Your chances of receiving a prize are astoundingly good and we have wonderful items like: autographed Sookie books by Charlaine Harris, True Blood collectors grab bags, an original signed Andy Swist ( Yes, as in the True Blood paper dolls ) wonderful portrait of Eric & Sookie, True Blood collectors poster ( one of a kind !) more books, and various other gift certificates and other goodies from some of our sponsors!
But best of all you know you helped keep your favorite True Blood Blog or radio show going for another year!
Also if you have a prize you'd like to donate email me email@example.com
Sponsor an episode $50 , you can promote your business etc on the show and on the blog. Email me for more info.
I have a few epsiodes open I'd love to help you promote your business.
One of TV’s most luminary writers will visit Sydney’s Opera House for a special ‘Ideas at the House’ night this September.
Californian-based Academy and Emmy award-winning writer/director/producer Alan Ball (pictured) has given the world the movie American Beauty, and the acclaimed TV series Six Feet Under and currently oversees sexy vampire adventures in True Blood.
The out gay Buddhist will be in conversation with Wil Anderson at the Opera House’s Concert Hall on Thursday 8 September.
The talk, titled Alan Ball: Vampires, Death and the Mundane, is a unique opportunity to gain real insights into the mind and methods of the man behind the TV hits, says the Opera House crew. We’re told “he’s a complex and fascinating character who describes himself as ‘equal parts brutally cynical and achingly romantic’.”
What ?? You haven't listened to last Sunday night's show yet ??
Bill is one emotional breakdown away from prison tattooing “Sookie 4Eva” on his stomach, and now E! Online is reporting that when he walks in on his fairy princess and her new man all up on each other’s hot naked bods, he finally loses it completely.
Bill loves Sookie more than un-dead life itself, so he wants her to be happy — but not necessarily if happiness comes in the form of a giant naked Viking with a thing for leather.
Unlike some fans, writer Charlaine Harris doesn't mind HBO series' changes to her True Blood booksIt was the kind of sudden, unexpected twist that drives details-oriented readers of popular novels over the edge.
In the July 10 episode of True Blood, Academy Awardwinning screenwriter Alan Ball's trippy TV adaptation of the Sookie Stackhouse series of novels by Charlaine Harris, fans of the books were shocked when Claudine, Sookie's fairy godmother, had her blood sucked dry by the dashing vampire and unrepentant ladies' man Eric Northman, played in the series by Alexander Skarsgard.
“I think it gives you two entertainment experiences with the same characters, and there’s a lot to be said for that. I would be very bored if they copied the books exactly, and I’m never bored,” Harris says of the show, which she watches every week like any other devoted Trubie. “I love it. Love the show. I love the cast, I love the crew, I love Alan [Ball, series creator and producer]. We have a very cordial relationship, which is not the Hollywood norm, and I love doing appearances with them, it’s a lot of fun. And of course I’m constantly surprised by what he and his writers come up with.”