Fans were definitely split over the ending of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse novels, on which HBO's "True Blood" is based, but it's time to move on, and that's exactly what the author is doing in Midnight Crossroad, the first book in a planned trilogy that arrives May 6, 2014.
Food Network's Halloween Wars Season 3 Starts TONIGHT With Guest Judges Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Derek Mears, and Charlaine Harris
"Halloween Wars" returns to the Food Network for a third season tonight, October 6, at 9pm ET/PT, running for four delicious episodes. Read on for what's in store for this year's horror-centric judges.
On May 7th Dead Ever After, the final chapter of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse novels, on which HBO's "True Blood" is based, hits bookstores everywhere from Penguin/Ace Books; and we have the trailer and synopsis right here.
Fans of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse books, the source material for HBO's "True Blood", got some sad news recently when the author announced that the final chapter of the series will be published May 7th, 2013, under the title Dead Ever After.
Charlaine Harris, the #1 New York Times bestselling author best known for her Southern Vampire Mysteries featuring Sookie Stackhouse, which is the basis of HBO's "True Blood", will be a Spotlight Guest at this year’s Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2).
"True Blood" showrunner Alan Ball and Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse/Southern Vampire Series of books on which the TV show is based, chatted with EW.com about some recent character developments, but what really caught our eye was Ball's teasing of what fans can expect as the series plays out over the coming weeks.
Today's the day fans of author Charlaine Harris' Dahlia has been waiting for as the first four episodes of Dying for Daylight, a PC game created by I-play in collaboration with Harris, are now available; and we have a look at a few screenshots from the game to help you decide whether or not the it's for you! From the Press Release:
As we told you earlier this week, Dying for Daylight, a PC game created by I-play in collaboration with Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels that inspired HBO’s "True Blood", will be available for download tomorrow, February 11th, and to celebrate, we have an exclusive look at the character profiles from the game.
Late last year we told you about Dying for Daylight, a PC game created by I-play in collaboration with Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels that inspired HBO’s "True Blood". On this Friday, February 11th, you'll be able to download Dying for Daylight and play as Harris' popular vampire character Dahlia.
Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels and inspiration for HBO's hit series "True Blood", invites you to meet Dahlia, a vampire with a devastating sense of fashion and a razor-sharp wit, in an all-new interactive adventure game from I-play.
Without a doubt one of the most popular, and entertaining, panels at the San Diego Comic-Con is the one for "True Blood" (as the nearly four-hour wait I had to get inside Ballroom 20 proves). Along with lots of scoops and tidbits from the cast, creator Alan Ball, and source material author Charlaine Harris, we were treated to a preview video for the second half of Season 3, which HBO released following the panel and we have for you here.
The San Diego Comic-Con Spotlight panel with author Charlaine Harris, whose Sookie Stackhouse novels are the inspiration for "True Blood", just ended, and Debi reported in with the highlights.
True Blood Season Three doesn't begin airing on HBO until June, but that doesn't mean fans won't have a few treats to tide them over, one of which is a comic biography of author Charlaine Harris in Bluewater Productions' "Female Force" series.
Ever since I first read Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, I swore one of these days I'd make it to her annual Vampire Lestat Vampire Club Halloween Ball. Unfortunately, this isn't my year, but if you live anywhere near New Orleans, you might want to make it yours as the group is presenting a "Tru Blood & Gold Ball" for 2009.
Top Cow, the publisher responsible for bringing us some of the more kickass titles in the comic book world such as Witchblade and Darkness, is now tackling HBO's vampire series True Blood.