On May 11, Truebies will be invited to start to take a bite out of their favorite show, True Blood. The concept is simple enough. For 30 nights, each participant will be expected to blog about True Blood or the book series, Southern Vampire Mysteries, the inspiration for the hit series.
What’s this all mean for you Eric and Sookie lovers out there?
For 30 days, you can connect with other E/S lovers as well as Truebies worldwide, while blogging about anything that is related to True Blood, SVM or may we suggest…Eric and Sookie!
Even better, the choice of topic is up to you and they are encouraging the bloggers to come up with their own topics if they desire to do so. Though if you find yourself struggling with an idea, you can use one of the many topics that are provided as suggestions for the event. And yes…if you would like to share your thoughts (no matter how negative or positive) on True Blood and/or the novels, you can do that too.
It doesn’t matter how well adept you are at blogging, just bring your enthusiasm for the world of True Blood and SVM and you will fit right in. All blogs types are allowed (Posterous, WordPress, LiveJournal, Tumblr…etc.) and there are no restrictions on your location or how much you have to blog.
The rules are simple enough as well. Blog every day for 30 days (from May 11 – June 9) about anything True Blood or SVM related and you will qualify to be entered into a drawing for one of several prizes that we are offering!
We all know waiting sucks and many of us Truebies are sufferin’ from severe True Blood Withdrawal. So here’s your chance to show the world the Ultimate Truebie within you and fight the woes of TB Withdrawal!
The task is simple, for 30 Nights (or Days for all us daywalkers), Truebies will band together to blog about their favorite show with a bite, True Blood. The daily topics are up to your discretion, though you are welcomed to use any of the numerous topics we have provided.
On June 10, drawings will be held for those who complete the 30 Nights for one of several True Blood-related prizes. All current prizes that are being offered are displayed here.
One of the many things that I like about role playing is that it gives you the chance to try different things, and then, when your heart is not into it, you can leave the subject aside without any kind of consequences, as if nothing had ever happened.
~As a bookie, Pam was one of my favorite characters. She and Eric are two of the liveliest characters, which is irony at its best considering the fact they are both dead… er… undead? Whatever.
Watching the portrayal of Pam over the past seasons, I have been hopeful that something more was to come… then came the Season of the Witch which tore my bleeding “I love Pam” heart right out of my chest and stomped all over it.
This was an excuse to give fans who demanded more Pam time (myself included), exactly what they wanted… more Pam time. Instead it was a waste of time of childish antics, whining, and constant fit throwing like a two year old. Put it blankly, it was nothing but an excuse to allow her to cuss like a sailor while acting like a child.
As @TB_PamR and I have discussed, this path they are taking… leads to one and only one outcome - The death of Pam. Which if you go there, AB, DO. IT. RIGHT. No cop outs. Make it reasonable and make it good. Otherwise, LEAVE IT ALONE.
Also, I found “fairy vagina” more vulgar than “gash in a sundress” (though I still think Russell calling Sookie a “special c**t, puts all of the others to shame).
*hopes AB fixes Pam, not sure if Pam can be fixed, but it needs to be done*
For @Tara_ThortonBT - See! We gotcha all fixed up… -shifty-