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Night Eternal - Chapter 01

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Before the Revelation, in 1979, Sookie Stackhouse is a junior writer for a local newspaper, struggling with a strange ability that has made life a little more challenging – so when she stumbles upon a story filled with 

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'True Blood' star Amelia Rose Blaire talks final season (and being turned by Eric) -- LISTEN!

The stars of True Blood are halfway through filming their final season (which premieres June 22 on HBO), and according to Amelia Rose Blaire, who plays Willa, it’s already a “jaw-dropper.” While she she’s predictably tight-lipped on what’s to come, she will say Willa comes into her own as a vampire with Tara (Rutina Wesley) as her teacher, and that she’d like Sookie to end up single. 75 more words



I love making lists.  I don’t always get to – or keep it to – ten but I try to make it interesting for you guys.   700 more words


One Geekified Interview: Stephanie

Welcome to yet another geek-filled interview I had the pleasure of doing with a lifetime friend that I was fortunate to meet through Myspace when It was still the hot ticket in the social media world!  1,629 more words

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Chicago Fire, True Blood, Reign, Mentalist, S.H.I.E.L.D. and More

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The Things I Love Right Now..

So this is my first post ever and if you checked out the About section of my blog then you’ll know that I want to share with you some of the little things that I love right now and hope that you will share with me too.. 134 more words

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Sucking Blood Straight from Public Necks - 'True Blood' and The Public Sphere

The public sphere, simply put, is the field of discussion regarding particular events, news, happenings, and the like that the Public, Us, participate in. Catharine Lumby (1999) describes it as a “democratisation of our media… a forum in which a host of important social issue once deemed apolitical, trivial, or personal are now being aired.” Different things create different spheres, and different spheres interconnect with one another. 309 more words