Friday, May 18, 2007

Fantastic Fives on Rene Lyons

Five phrases or words that describe you:

Opinionated.
Loud.
Sarcastic.
Generous.
Friendly.

Five people and/or things that inspire you:

I have to group my family in as one. They inspire me more than anything else.
William Wallace.
Elizabeth I.
Stephen King (who I have a huge crush on).
The book Pillars of the Earth.

Five of your favorite authors:
This is way too easy. I have very few favorites, so the list is extremely short.

Lynn Kurland.
Karen Marie Moning.
Julie Garwood.
Teresa Medeiros.
Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Describe five of your heroes/heroines of your books in you eyes :

Sebastian of Rydon: He's known as Sage. He's the common sense of the Templar Vampires. The one who thinks before he leaps. He left his home to go halfway across the world in search of glory and honor. What he'd found was blood and death.
Constantine Draegon: Known as Dragon, he's more than lived up the moniker. He's survived a brutal childhood that's left him scarred both physically and emotionally. Basically, this isn't someone you want to piss off.
Lucian of Penwick: As Knight, he's all that's noble and proud. He carries the burden of guilt over his family's fate. The most devout of all the Templar Vampires, he was the last one to lose his faith and the first one to face the archangel Michael when they were damned.
Raphael de Vere: If given the choice, Rogue would rather spend his nights in the warm arms of a woman than with the cold steel of a sword in his grip. Suffering the loss of his betrothed, he went off to the holy Land in search of peace. Although easygoing, put him on the battlefield and he's every bit as brutal as the rest of the Templar Vampires.
Tristan Beaumont: He was chosen as Guardian for a reason. His sense of responsibility runs deep. He's a natural leader, seemingly born to stand at the head of army and take them to victory. With the walls of his home closing in on him, he went off to win glory on Crusade. He returned home with the stain of sin and damnation, yet also with the determination to save not only his soul - but those of the other Templar Vampires as well.

Five reasons to read your books:

Sebastian of Rydon.
Constantine Draegon.
Lucian of Penwick.
Raphael de Vere.
Tristan Beaumont.

Thank you so much! That was so much fun. :)
-- + Rene Lyons +
www.renelyons.net
Award winning author of the Templar Vampire Series
Available now in print: The Daystar - Book two of the Templar Vampires

5 comments:

danetteb said...

Hi Rene,
Thank you for being a part of my Fantastic Five....Sherrilyn Kenyon is one of my favorite authors too,even when her books come out in hardback I can't help but buy them.*g*

Zinnia said...

Hi Danette!

danetteb said...

Hi Zinnia*waves* thank you for stopping in.
Hugs, Danette

Rene Lyons said...

Hi Danette

Thnak you so much. It was a blast doign this. Sorry it took me so long to stop by, but I've recently had surgery and have been trying to catch up for the last three days. :)

danetteb said...

I understand Rene.I'm glad to hear your doing good.Thanks again for guest blogging for me.Hugs