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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Charlaine Harris goes graphic

Posted By on Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 2:31 PM

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Magnolia's Charlaine Harris, author of the wildly successful Sookie Stackhouse novels (which were turned into the equally-successful "True Blood" series from HBO), is branching out into the world of graphic novels — the visual, book-length, often more-literary cousins to comic books.

Harris recently inked a deal with Penguin's Ace Books to help conceive and write a three-volume graphic novel series called "Cemetery Girl," with the first volume set for release in 2013. Details are sketchy at this point, but word is that "Cemetery Girl" is a fantasy piece that revolves around a teenage amnesiac who grew up in a cemetery, with the plot curving toward revelations about her past. Harris will work with writer Christopher Golden and veteran comics artist Don Kramer to develop the series.

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