The Sookie Stackhouse by Charlaine Harris series
Charlaine Harris is the one who created the juice. Harris said that she had decided to "shake up her writing style, try something new." The author says that it will include "all the elements that I love: mystery, supernatural, bloody adventure, and a little romance for this. “I thought it would be interesting to try to include it in the book too, as people told me that I had a great sense of humor”. Harris continued to work on the creation of the main character. When she came to a name of a character, she decided that it’s going to be the name of the best friend of her grandmother because "it was a fine old southern nickname, I thought it would be good for my character”. And "Stackhouse" just flowed right after it." Sookie, Snookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, etc. historical southern regional nicknames Suzanne and Susan. Harris planned to people’s point of view. To make Sookie more interesting, as Harris would "live with the juices in the writing process”, she decided that the main character should try a relationship with a vampire as an entry to a foreign world. The author then thought of crazy Sookie’s gain the gift of telepathy. Harris gave an interview stated that making Sookie telepathic is "the worst thing I could think to do to someone". She explained that later: "it would be terrible to know what people thought about you." She said it’s better for me if people think there were "certainly elements of Sookie in me—or, more correctly, there are elements of me in her. I wish I could be as brave as her! Harris said that Sookie is a "second nature for me to get into juices for skin" Anna Paquin got the role in the TV adaptation from HBO's True blood, with her casting announced on 26 February 2007. In September 2011, “Although some characters in the series were shown in the television adaptation as I intended” Harris said, but Sookie is not, saying: "Anna Paquin has never been so, I think, as the juices. I think she does a great job, but she's just not my Sookie".
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