On May 3, Charlaine Harris will publish "Dead Reckoning," the 11th novel in her Southern Vampire series. Fans best savor it. Because only two more (contractually-obligated) editions of the Sookie Stackhouse saga will follow.
“It’s been a big part of my life and I hate to see it go," Harris recently told the Wall Street Journal. "But it’s kind of taken over my professional life, and I’m excited for new opportunities.”
Those new opportunities, according to the WSJ, include providing story guidance on "Dying for Daylight," a computer game based on Dahlia, a she-vampire from one of Harris' short stories.
Here's the gist according to the WSJ:
Produced by the games publisher I-Play, the interactive platform allows players to help Dahlia as she battles various vampire sects and prevents a powerful sun potion — that allows vampires to survive in daylight — from falling into the wrong hands.