I've read several of the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter novels by Laurell K. Hamilton. I've read up to Micah, and no further. I've also read about three of the Merry Gentry books, but that's an aside. While I'm just as quick as anyone to take potshots at Hamilton's oeuvres as anyone else who doesn't take them too seriously, I've come to appreciate and enjoy the mythos of the world that the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter novels take place within.
There isn't much of a plot developped in my mind that we might explore, and I wasn't sure whether or not it might be interesting to use the model of the novels of themselves (i.e. one player being the 'Anita,' a central female character around which the male characters generally revolve) or if it might be a more open game. Simply playing in the world of the novels is sufficiently intriguing to me. They seemed to have such potential that the novels themselves were not always able to exploit.
It would be my preference that players would not have characters who are part of canon. It would be interesting if we could have a mix of undead and shifters. My preference would be to play a werebear, although to the best of my knowledge they're undevelopped and mentioned only in passing. I would not, personally, be particularly concerned with adherence to canon, but, of course, I would not want to deviate to the point of entirely throwing out the vampire lore and transplanting the lore of, for example, Twilight in place.
Location isn't terribly important to me, because I'm not well-versed in American geography, let alone the geography of my own country. Ideally, I suppose, it would be a generally large city where things could happen (though it might risk falling into a Monster of the Week sort of formula, I have confidence that if we were aware we could avoid the worst pitfalls of that and maintain strong interpersonal character arcs that would merely be supplemented by the former).
I used [UN] because, for my part, I'm not looking for anything more than [VAN] with mild edging at [NC-H]. The tease of denied primal passion was something I enjoyed in Anita's attraction to Richard.
With all that said, is anyone interested?