Today’s Interview Roulette player is Elizabeth Noble!
If you could create a phone app, what would it be?
I don’t think it’s a secret among my friends that I use my phone for everything. I’ve actually thought about learning to create an app, but I never could decide what it would do. What I’d really like is an app to clean my house, feed my pets and mow the lawn while I write. Is there an app for that?
Cats or dogs? Discuss.
I have both a cat, Murphy and a dog, Rosie. I’m also a veterinary nurse so work with both species on a daily basis. That being said, I have to admit I’m really a dog person. Don’t get me wrong, I like cats a lot. However, I love dogs! I simply feel more in tune with canines and they provide a higher degree of companionship for me. I understand dogs far better than I do cats, and even though I work with cats daily they often scare me.
The fun part is my cat is a dog person too. He doesn’t get along with other cats at all, but he loves my dog and gets along with dogs who come to our house as guests. Rosie and Murphy are the first dog and cat I’ve ever had who play and hang out together. When they were younger and Rosie still needed to be in a crate while I was gone I’d come home and find Murphy sleeping on the top of the crate. I had a bed up there for him until she didn’t need to be crated when I wasn’t home.
If you could be any other living person for a single day, who would you be?
Oh, I don’t know. Someone on a star ship.
Someone is writing your biography. What’s the title? And who plays you in the movie?
Oh, I don’t know….lol I’m sure the title would have to include writing and dogs and astronomy. somehow. Who’d play me? Geena Davis.
Black licorice—yay or nay?
Real black licorice is a yay. The stuff you buy in the grocery store, not so much.
Describe the perfect pair of socks.
Pretty colors and patterns that don’t pinch.
What food would you only consider eating if you were stranded on a desert isle with nothing else to consume?
If I had to I could choke down bugs.
The members of the Vampire Guard—Jonas Forge, spy and soldier turned cop; computer hacker extraordinaire Blair Turner; Declan, thief, con man, and ex-pirate; and medical examiner and werewolf Dr. Lucas Coate—face a dangerous and elusive enemy.
And this time, it’s personal.
Over the course of three hundred years, a man has touched each of their lives in ways they are only just realizing. When a hunt for a psychotic killer in the present resurrects memories and clues from the past, they discover how they have been affected and are bound by the existence of a ruthless vampire criminal. Now, while preventing a heist at a high-tech art show and thwarting several large-scale explosions, the team must employ their unique blend of science and supernatural abilities to put an end to the machinations of the man toying with their lives.
This time, he won’t slip through their fingers.
This time, it’s more than a case. It’s a hunt, and Forge, Blair, Declan, and Lucas won’t stop until they’ve captured their quarry.
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Elizabeth Noble lives by the adage “I can’t not write”. She can’t remember a time when she didn’t make up stories and eventually she learned how to write them down. A part of every day is spent living in worlds she created that are filled with intrigue and espionage. Using a real love of scifi and urban fantasy highlighted by twisty plots she crafts stories taking place in a slightly altered version of our world.
When she’s not chronicling the adventures of her many characters Elizabeth is a veterinary nurse living in her native Cleveland, Ohio. She shares her little brick house with an adorable canine princess and her tabby cat side-kick. Elizabeth is a fan of baseball, basketball (go Cavs and Indians!) and gardening. She can often be found working in her ‘outside office’ listening to classic rock and plotting her next novel waiting for it to be dark enough to gaze at the stars.
Elizabeth received several amateur writing awards. Since being published, several of her novels have received honorable mentions in the Rainbow Awards. Her novel Jewel Cave was a runner-up in the 2015 Rainbow Awards in the Gay Mystery/Thriller category. Ringed Love was a winner in the Gay Fantasy Romance category of the 2016 Rainbow Awards.