True Blood

HBO’s sassy, sexy and gory True Blood returns for its final season this Sunday on HBO. For those of you out there who call yourselves Trubbies (True Blood fans), I have a little “degree of separation” treat for you:

1) You are a patron of The Fairfield Public Library.
2) I work at The Fairfield Public Library and write for this blog.
3) I have two good friends in New York City.
4) They are good friends with Audrey Fisher, the costume designer for True Blood.

That makes you my friend three degrees of separation from your favorite cast or crew member of True Blood.  Pretty cool, huh?  If you still need to catch up on last season, Season 6 just got released on DVD and we have it at both locations.  Or if you’re new to the screen adaptation of the very popular Sookie Stackhouse novels, start with Season 1 of Alan Ball’s hilariously morbid, sexy vampire television series True Blood.

Check out all the seasons of True Blood in our library catalog.
Read the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris which were adapted to become True Blood.
Or whip up some recipes from the True Blood inspired cookbook, True Blood: Eats, Drinks, and Bites from Bon Temps by Karen Sommer Shalett, Marcelle Bienvenu, Alan Ball, and Gianna Sobol.
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One thought on “True Blood

  1. thanks to Audrey i got to tour the ACTUAL stackhouse home! AND the Merlotte’s! AND i got to actually meet Mr. Skarsgaard and we talked about the likely actual pathology of Hep V (being a liver pathologist i had a few things to say about this…)

    Oh, i’m one of the two friends in nyc. lucky me! in both directions of this associative thread (go Philip!!)

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