Tag Archive | Sookie Stackhouse

Feature and Follow Friday #24: It’s All About the Physical

Feature and Follow Friday #24: It’s All About the Physical

The Feature and Follow is the premium BLOG HOP of Book Bloggers that is hosted by fellow bloggers Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Running for over five years, the Feature and Follow’s goal is to promote the book blogging and author community to join together and support each other – even if it is just through […]

Top Ten Tuesday #11: Books I’m Thankful For..

Top Ten Tuesday #11: Books I’m Thankful For..

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Today’s theme is a Thanksgiving inspired freebie post. I decided that in honor of it I would do books/series I was thankful for. 1. Sookie Stackhouse series/True Blood This is the series that inspired me to start role playing several years […]

Feature and Follow Friday #10: Teleport into a Book

Feature and Follow Friday #10: Teleport into a Book

Feature and Follow Friday is hosted by fellow bloggers Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Every Friday they feature one or two bloggers and pose a question for other participating bloggers to answer. It’s a chance to find some new blogs to visit, and gain some new followers in return. This week’s featured blog is Twin Spin, […]

Top Ten Tuesdays #4: Why Didn’t I Quit While I Was Ahead?

Top Ten Tuesdays #4: Why Didn’t I Quit While I Was Ahead?

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I don’t quit a lot of things… but there are a ton of bookish things I should quit. Series I wish I would have never finished reading. Books I wish I would have walked away from. Books I wish I had […]

Top Ten Tuesdays #3: Ten Books To Read If You Like…

Top Ten Tuesdays #3: Ten Books To Read If You Like…

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This is a really hard topic for me to answer, because let’s face it: I read popular authors like they out of style. But you know what I like about this meme? You don’t have to do ten. So I’m going […]

Review: Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

Review: Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

There is no such thing as bad publicity, except in Midnight, Texas, where the residents like to keep to themselves. Even in a town full of secretive people, Olivia Charity is an enigma. She lives with the vampire Lemuel, but no one knows what she does; they only know that she’s beautiful and dangerous. Psychic […]

Review: Widower’s Walk by MaryJanice Davidson

Review: Widower’s Walk by MaryJanice Davidson

MaryJanice Davidson was always an Eric appreciator; he’s the man with the plan. Her story “Widower’s Walk” takes place 201 years after the event of Dead Ever After, Eric is nursing a drink and musing over life, death, the state of the world, and the repercussions of love and sacrifice. Since he’s a multitasker, he’s going […]

Review: The Bat Signal by Suzanne McLeod

Review: The Bat Signal by Suzanne McLeod

Suzanne’s McLeod’s story combines characters who never met in the books. Luna Garza, shapeshifting werebat amd undercover operative for the Dallas shifters, in on a flying visit to Bon Temps to look for a missing teen. She receives unexpected help from Sookie’s telepathic cousin, Hunter Savoy, and his father, Remy. This story takes place between […]

Review: Another Dead Fairy by Miranda James

Review: Another Dead Fairy by Miranda James

My friend Miranda James has always admired Claude Crane, fairy and stripper, first introduced in the story “Fairy Dust.” Miranda’s story takes place a couple of weeks after the events in “Fairy Dust.” On a rainy night in Monroe, Louisiana, Claude’s cousin Seamus O’Flaherty disappears not long before he’s due onstage at Hooligans. Claude and […]

Review: Love Story by Jeanne C. Stein

Review: Love Story by Jeanne C. Stein

Most of the readers of the Sookie novels were shocked to find out that Sookie’s beloved and revered Gran had conceived her two children out of wedlock. How did this out-of-character union come about? In Jeanne Stein’s story, we find out. Of all the stories featured in Dead But Not Forgotten, Jeanne C. Stein’s “Love […]