October 27, 2012

Night Thief Blog Tour

I have always loved to make up stories.  My first published work was The Wonders of Unicorn Creek in 6th grade.  The 9 page epic was published by my tiny elementary school.  

Since then I’ve published short stories in anthologies like: Dead Souls, Ladies of Horror 2009, Hell Hath No Fury, and magazines like: Sinisteria, Horrorfind, Twilight Times, The Writers Hood, Savage Night, The Murder Hole, Behold and Shadowkeepzine.

My story ”Immortal Beloved” was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award, and my story “The Third King” won second place in Behold’s short story contest.

I’ve completed the first two novels in my Night Trilogy, and the first two novels in my new Moon Series. 

After the fall of the Mayan civilization, Kane, an immortal Night Walker, has taken refuge in France for over 800 years. The modern world holds little interest for him until the night he meets the Golden Thief and is robbed of much more than his pocket watch.
Marguerite Rousseau is living a double life. By day she is the assistant to an eccentric French artist, Antoine Berjon, and by night she dons elegant evening gowns to woo French dignitaries before lifting their wallets.
Sparks ignite when Kane captures the thief, but Marguerite harbors a dark secret that could ruin them both.
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My Review:
I loved this book but can you blame me. The cover is gorgeous and then you add a sexy vampire named Kane and I was hooked.
Kane is an immortal charged with looking out for humans even though he drinks blood he only drinks from those who would do harm. Marguerite has her own agenda she is know as the Le Voleur D’or, or the golden thief. She is stealing to make enough money to get away from her monster of master. Kane is intrigued by Rita so he sets up a plan to meet her at a party by wearing his finest jewelry for her to steal. But what Kane didn’t expect was to fall for her. Being away from her master for so long gets Marguerite in trouble and he abuses her. This infuriates Kane and he tells Rita he can protect her but he as to admit to her what he is and convince her he is not a monster.

I loved Marguerite so much. She is very strong and will do whatever it takes for her and her family to be safe. I admired her through the whole book. Kane is just sexy and you want to love him and have him love and protect you. The chemistry between them burns the pages it’s that HOT.

If you love sexy vampires and historical romance then get this novella. You will love Kane and the rest of the night walkers. 5/5 Bats 
Q1~ When did you know you wanted to become a writer?  I actually wrote for fun for years and never thought about trying to get published until I met a palm reader who told me I was going to be a famous writer someday! LOL  Six months later I had my first novel written and my first short stories published...  I'm not famous yet, but I love being a published author! :)
Q2~ How did the idea of Night Series come to you?  After that visit to the palm reader, I wondered what I would write about.  I loved vampires, but I wanted a west coast vampire and they just didn't fit.  In the end, I researched the oldest culture in the Americas, and as I dug into the Mayan world, my Night Walkers grew until I had the trilogy planned out.

Q3~ Are any of your characters based off people you know? No.  There are bits and pieces of people I guess, but I don't intentionally write people I know into my stories...

Q4~ How many books will be in the series? 3 novels: Night Walker, Night Demon and Night Child...  And the Night Thief novella is a prequel to the trilogy.

Q5~ How do you over come writer’s block? Luckily I've never had that problem.  It's tougher some days to make myself write, but I get through it... Even if I have to chain myself to the keyboard! :)

Q6~ What is your writing process?  I start with an incident and I usually have an ending in mind....  The rest happens as I write.  It's like I'm reading along too, holding my breath to see what happens! LOL

Q7~ What is your favorite paranormal being?  Oh I have lots of favorites! LOL  But vampires, shifters and fae are probably my favorites...

Q8~ What was the first paranormal book you read? I read tons of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Anne Rice so I'm not sure which book was first...  My first paranormal romance was Dark Fire by Christine Feehan... Very hot! :)

Q9~ Who are some of your favorite authors?  I've already named a few...  I also love Kelley Armstrong, Patricia Briggs, Jeri Smith-Ready, Angie Fox, Jackie Kessler, I'm sure I'm forgetting some too! :)

Q10~ Can you give us any hints about Night Demon?  Hmmm...  If you've read Night Walker, at the end you know someone has been waiting for Kate to become immortal "again"... And if you've read Night Thief, Kane told you a little bit about what happened the first time the Night Demon entered the world of man...  In Night Demon, it will take all of the Night Walkers to save the human race from her thirst because...  She's baaaaack! LOL

Q11~ Is there a writer or writers that inspire you?  Kelley Armstrong and Angie Fox were huge inspirations to me.  They both encouraged me to keep writing and keep pursuing publication.  I feel very blessed to know them! :)

Q12~ If you were stranded on a deserted island what character would you want with you and why?  Probably Calisto because I'd love to listen to him talk...  And his spriti animal is a raven so theorhetically he could fly away and find someone to rescue me...  LOL

Q13~ What would you do in a zombie apocalypse? RUN!!!!!  :)  Did you see the pictures of my Zombie 5K I ran in?  I'm ready! LOL

Q14~ What 3 people would you like to have dinner with and why?  Mozart, Ray Bradbury and Anne Rice...  Mozart because I've always been fascinated by his life and his music.  Ray Bradbury, because I would love to be able to see him one more time and tell him how much my life has changed because of his advice to me.  And Anne Rice, because she opened up the world of immortals to me in a dark, delicious, historical way that changed my reading habits forever... :)

Color: Purple

Pets: Dogs and Horses

Food: Salt LOL and chocolate

Drink: Iced Tea
Holiday: Halloween!
Music: I love most all music...  From showtunes to angry rock... :)  (Not in to rap & country)
Movie: Rocky & Camelot (with Richard Harris *swoon*)

This or That?

Night or Day? Night

Theater or Rent?  Theater
Fall or Summer? Fall
Music or Reading? Both! LOL
Pet Dragon or Pet Gargoyle? Gargoyle 
Flip flops or Tennis Shoes? Flip Flops

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I wanna say Thank you to Lisa for letting me review her book and participate in her blog tour.


  1. Thanks for the review and the fun interview Sabrina!!!

    Lisa :)

  2. Nice interview. Look forward to reading the book!

    1. Thanks for commenting Janille!!! :)

      I hope you enjoy Night Thief!

      Lisa :)

  3. Unfortunately I haven't read any Zombie books but I'm looking forward to read Alice in Zombieland.

    1. No zombies in Night Thief, but there are Night Walkers and vampires... :)

      Thanks for commenting!


  4. I like this series and Lisa is a good author. I have yet to read this new novella so the review was helpful. I will be picking up my copy soon. The series has promise and I liked the interview- it was fun. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

    1. Hi SdyLion -

      Hope you enjoy Night Thief! :)

      Thanks for commenting and checking out the interview...


  5. Lisa,

    Your a new author for me, however this book sounds wonderful. I'm a Vamp lover whore, lol. Especially if it's a period piece.

    I can't read this book! I'm sure your going to be right up there on my list with Amanda Ashley and Michele Hauf. Thank you for the wonderful interview.

    Teresa K.
    tcwgrlup41(at) yahoo dot com

    1. Hi Teresa -

      I hope you enjoy the Night Series! I weave in lots of true history to this paranormal romance series... Fun stuff!

      Thanks for commenting and checking out my books!

      Lisa :)

  6. Ahhh, why have I not started this series??? Sounds amazing! Must....Get....Started :)

    1. Yay!!! I hope you enjoy Night Walker and Night Thief Jolene! :)

      Thanks for commenting!

      Lisa :)