Requiem For A Team

July 9, 2013 in Uncategorized

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Something you might not know about me is that I have a tendency to fixate on things. For long periods, the object of my fixation – whatever it is – demands huge chunks of my energy. I tend to throw myself into these things, boots and all. I think my partner finds this trait to be my most endearing… and my most frustrating.

Way back in 2009, my new vampire obsession was most definitely what you might call a…”fixation”. Back then, I was reading the Tangler Sookie Stackhouse forum and posting regularly on HBO’s True Blood forum – the kind of long-winded, detailed posts that I still seem to write now. After all this time, you’d think I’d learn something about editing. Anyway, it dawned on me one day that I was putting an excessive amount of energy into these posts, only for them to be promptly buried in a forum that saw hundreds and hundreds of posts a day.

So I decided to start a little WordPress blog, just for me. A place to get all this stuff out of my head, and kick my ideas about True Blood and the Sookie novels around. Somewhere that I could keep my thoughts together so that when I wanted to post on a forum, I could just copy and paste that shit; maybe jig it around a little so it fit the purpose. Who cared if it got buried then? Genius, right?

You guys weren’t supposed to actually READ that stupid little blog, you know.

After a few weeks of posting, I woke up one morning to find my little blog had a comment. Within weeks, one comment had turned into a few people reading and commenting every day. Then I wrote a three part post called “Loved By A Vampire” – which was read by my kick-arse friend Leif, who made it her business to spread that shit all over Facebook. That post drew in many new readers and in just a few short months, we had to move away from free WordPress and self host the site. And then…well, you know the rest.

Like so many of you I’ve invested blood, sweat and tears in these characters – in both their TV and book incarnations. Hours spent reading and watching them. Days spent researching and writing material for this site. Moderating it. Maintaining it. Loving it…and sometimes hating it. Like an extra child it was loved without limits most of the time – interspersed with days I felt an overwhelming urge to kick it in the arse so hard, it couldn’t sit down for a week.


I’ve spent my hard earned on books, limited edition prints, and tickets to signings. I’ve sat up until the early hours, frosty beer in hand; writing and rewriting posts, picking fights on Facebook and pouring boiling oil on the trolls trying to scale our front gate. At times, it was a difficult and pretty thankless task. And yet, it’s also been the most fun we here could have online with our clothes on. From the weekly rapture that was Sunday Skars, to the unbridled rage of the True Blood Season 4 finale post, to MASpencer’s most awesome True Blood Recaps – you can say many things about the tone of this site (and many have)…but you could never say that it was uptight, stuffy or boring.

Of course, running this monstrosity has been far from a solitary endeavour. It’s a 24/7 occupation, and someone needs to baby sit this zoo while I sleep in another time zone at the arse end of the earth. I owe so much to my Viking sister-wives who tirelessly moderated, bitch-slapped, coddled and loved on all who posted here – in between writing amazing posts for the blog and the forum. These ladies – Serena, VikingLover, MASpencer, krtmd – as well as past mods ilovevampires, dazedrose and Ashley – understood implicitly my vision for this place, and the ethos underpinning it. They saw something they wanted to be part of and embraced it with every ounce of their commitment, passion and intensity. It can’t have been easy…it made no one rich, and it wasn’t always fun (yeah, we had lots of fights in private that you all never got to see) – but we made it to the finish line intact, and these ladies will always be counted amongst my friends. We’ve laughed together, fought together and speculated endlessly together. Finding soul mates like these in the often brutal world of online fandom has been one of the richest gifts I will take from here.

I also want to thank my partner, Ben – who has listened patiently to my every fandom drama and offered advice, or a much needed alternative point of view. He’s resurrected the site after technical difficulties more times than I can count. Sookieverse would have been buried three and a half years ago if we had to rely on my technical inability to keep it running. And let’s not even mention the good humour with which he’s taken my five year extra-marital love affair with a tall, blond fictional vampire.

While it takes the effort of individuals to build a site like this, the result is nothing more than a soapbox without a community to bring it to life. And YOU, dear reader, are that community. Witty, fiery, irreverent and intelligent, your contribution has made SVB a daily must-visit for many. From the emails I’ve been getting, I know that so many fans found their second home here and that makes me happy, and proud. An extra special shout out to those sites that ran many of those readers out of town – their loss was our gain. Their unwitting assistance herding the lost Viking hordes in this direction helped make Sookieverse the biggest, and most vocal online shrine to the Viking around.


I’ve been asked numerous times lately if I’ll start another fansite – the answer to that is a loud and resounding no. It’s definitely time for me to do other things. You know how I mentioned my tendency to fixate? These days my fixation is on an interest entirely outside fandom, and I’m happiest now pouring my energy into that. It has little in common with Sookieverse (or books, or vampires) except late nights. But that suits my night owl tendencies just fine.

For those of you still gutted at the ending of the Sookie books and the unfortunate reader bashing that has occurred in the press, don’t allow anyone – and I DO mean ANYONE – to poison the pleasure this series has given you over the years. I’ve poured my heart and soul into a website devoted to fictional characters that were brutally assassinated in the most trite way imaginable. She didn’t even have the courtesy to finish me off proper with that ending, and it would be easy to throw a pity party and write it all off as a big waste of time. Except that it wasn’t. No one can ever take what these books have given me…or take the memories I have of late nights spent laughing, raging and squealing with you all for the love of them.

That will always be mine. And it is yours, too.

For some of you (like me), the conclusion of the book series marks the end of your time in this fandom. Others are pushing forward with swords drawn and shields locked, into yet another round of True Torture Blood. No matter where you go from here Team Eric, I want you to remember one thing.


Thank you and good night, my lovers.



Dead On Arrival – A Review of Dead Ever After

May 16, 2013 in Character & Plot Analysis, Dead Ever After - Book 13, Uncategorized

This review has been a long time coming, and I apologise for that – like many of you, I needed some time to process.

At the risk of stating the obvious, plowing through this final book in the Sookie Stackhouse series was….painful. No, scratch that. It was excruciating. It was the reading equivalent of being strung up and repeatedly kicked in the nuts, while having your fingernails pulled out with pliers.

I’m talking Theon Greyjoy type painful, OKAY?

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Smells Like White Wash

May 2, 2013 in Uncategorized


Time for some breaking news from the Department of Pre-Emptive Strikes And Damage Control.

Only five more days until the release of Dead Ever After, and the fandom is BUZZING! Expect to see lots of pre-release tidbits appearing over the coming days, starting with one from the latest issue of EW, scanned below.

In this publicity piece, dear reader, you will be schooled on what REALLY happened in the Sookie Stackhouse Novels.

For example – did you know that Bill Compton’s trunk attack in Club Dead was nothing more than an attempted assault? It was not, in fact, an ACTUAL RAPE. Fancy that.

I’m so glad that’s cleared up! I would hate to finish this series under the obviously erroneous impression that what’s written on the pages is what actually happened.

Also, all that stuff they told you on the cover blurb of Deadlocked about Sookie and Eric’s problems with Felipe, and Eric being framed for murder? That isn’t really what Deadlocked was about! I guess they just printed that on there to sell lots of books, or something. Deadlocked was really about Sookie discovering she has feelings for….Sam!

Ever get the feeling that you’re being lubed up for something?

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Thanks to Bee for the scans.

News Flash…

April 26, 2013 in Uncategorized



You’re probably wondering why things have been so low key here…(besides the obvious).
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Dead Ever After Spoilers – Prologue Now Online

April 24, 2013 in Book Spoilers, Dead Ever After - Book 13, Sookie Stackhouse

With less than two weeks to go, I’d pretty much given up hope that the publisher might see sense and release something….ANYTHING…to generate some buzz for this damn book.

It seems the marketing department have finally realised that keeping it in a dusty box under the bed probably won’t cut it. Penguin have released Dead Ever After’s prologue on their official site, and it’s kind of juicy.


So it seems we have the set up for a good versus evil showdown of epic proportions in the pipeline.

  • Cope Carmichael (Amelia’s father) and Tyrese have sold their souls to a devil for a questionable price.
  • Mr Cataliades is all over “Just call me Cope” like white on rice.
  • It’s highly likely that Cope’s rage at not obtaining the cluveil dor before Sookie used it will result in her having the crap bashed out of her…again.
  • The Devil saw fit to inhabit the body of someone “standing behind” Sookie either just before, or at the time she was using the CD on Sam. At that time, both Alcide and Eric were in her immediate proximity. Now I’m wondering who else has “sold their soul”…Alcide….cough.
  • Steve Newlin is off sunning himself on the beach somewhere, lamenting opportunities lost when he’s approached by a man who fits the physical description of Johan Glassport – Sophie-Anne’s lawyer from All Together Dead. Glassport specialised in vampire law. Cast your mind back, and you’ll recall that Mr Glassport was seriously injured in Steve Newlin’s bombing of the hotel in Rhodes – and swore to exact revenge. Now he’s accosting an unsuspecting Newlin on a beach. Chew that over for a bit.
  • Amelia has once again proven that she has a yap-hole the size of the Grand Canyon, and is not to be trusted for any reason whatsoever. She MUST be the Crappiest Friend, Ever.
  • This Devil is all up on Sookie – he knows who she is, and finds her “interesting”. Just add the devil to an endless list of supes who can’t seem to resist the charms of everyone’s favourite telepathic waitress
  • Crossroads are mentioned as preferred meeting places for the devil. This adds some clarity to the frequent references in earlier books to a crossroads existing outside Hot Shot.

There’s quite a bit to digest here, for a prologue. It certainly seems like the set up for something rather awesome – what do you think?

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