Sookie Stackhouse Reading Challenge WOOT!
Yeah, yeah, I posted twice in a day. Don’t hurt yourself in your shock.
I know I keep squealing about this, but a lot of people still don’t know that I loooove Sookie Stackhouse. For those of you who are completely lost, Sookie Stackhouse is the MC for THE SOUTHERN VAMP SERIES by Charlaine Harris. It’s marketed for adults, I think, but mature teens should be able to stomach it. I haven’t read the entire series yet, but the little bit I’ve read so far has had me in complete fangirl mode.
Plus, I can’t put down a Sookie Stackhouse book once I’ve started it. It’s physically impossible. For this reason, I’ve had to pace myself with the series… if only to make sure I got some sleep every once in a while.
Thanks to Beth Fish Reads, there’s a Sookie Stackhouse reading challenge, with a whole year long deadline (great news for my phobia of deadlines) to get through the entire series so far (that’s 8 books in all) and post their reviews. It’s simple!
Okay, I’ll stop talking and go organize my book pile. But doooo ittttt!!! Especially if you heart vampire stories/are a fan of the True Blood series (which I haven’t seen! GASP!)
1. Between July 1, 2009, and June 30, 2010, catch up on Charlaine Harris’s Southern Vampire series. No matter if you’re starting with book 1 or book 8, you have a year to read all about Sookie. Read Sookie in print, listen to the audio, read an eBook — format is not an issue.
2. Sign up using Mr. Linky. Put your name in the top box. For the bottom box, please use the URL that links specifically to your blog post about this challenge, not to your blog’s home page.
3. After July 4, I’ll create a post with another Mr. Linky where you can link your reviews so everyone can read them track your progress.
4. If you don’t have a blog and want to join in, sign up in the comments here. Later, let us know about your progress by leaving comments on the review link page.
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Dead to the World
Dead as a Doornail
All Together Dead
From Dead to Worse
Dead and Gone