Lets meet some men

April 10, 2015

I’m Elizabeth Noble, here today in celebration of my latest release Jewel Cave.

It’s time we had a talk about the men in Jewel Cave.

This is the man who inspired Griff Diamond. Griff is one of those guys with an even temperament, but you really don’t want to cross him because it could get ugly.  He’s a U.S. Marshal and prides himself on being able to take care of everyone in any situation.




The love of Griff’s life is Clint Bishop…these pictures are how I pictured Clint in my head.




Clint is a more outgoing, sociable sort of guy. From the very start Griff was his hero and that hasn’t changed ten years later.

Like any couple, their lives and love for one another underwent alterations through the years. What didn’t change was how much of themselves they shared with one another. This becomes a very important part of the story. Each man draws strength from his partner, even when they are separated. Clint puts into practice advise and law enforcement facts he’s learned over the years from Griff. It’s basically what keeps him level headed and lets him survive his ordeal.

For Griff’s part he knows Clint well and knows his habits. The books Clint writes, the people he associates with and even little editing symbols he uses while working on a manuscript help Griff in some unexpected ways once the hunt for Clint is on.

It’s this connection that helps them rebuild the life and love they have after Clint’s ordeal comes to an end.

Don’t forget to comment or ask me a question to be entered to win either an eBook from my backlist or an eBook copy of Jewel Cave. Also the discount code for 25% off all my Circles books is Noble0414 (case sensitive) and is good until April 16, 2015.

6 Responses to “Lets meet some men”

  1. Milica says:

    You can’t go wrong if Joel Gretsch is your inspiration :)
    He looks the part too…you know,like level-headed man. And I can totally imagine him as U.S. Marshal.

    And it goes without saying that model that represents Clint is just adorable with those locks,but not any less sexy :)

  2. I love seeing the inspirations people use for their stories! I never even thought about pictorial representations/inspirations for characters until I did a writing challenge with photo prompts, and now I can’t imagine NOT having some image in mind when writing. Love these character images you’ve chosen here!

  3. I think it really helps to have something to refer back to when writing a description of someone or something.

  4. Angela says:

    Nice pictures :) I must say although it’s Always nice to know what the author had in mind when writing the books i Always have my own images of the characters etc etc when reading it.
    Thanks for the giveaway and as i said before please enter me in both.

  5. Su says:

    I love to see how a writer visualises their characters and it helps to see the image choice for Griff and Clint :) It also helps to have a bit of background information, additional to the story and I also really love character interviews (hint, hint).

    I love visualising things, even when I am about planning an family event (including decorating a room or deciding what to wear) I often create a visual board, which helps me bounce around ideas and put together my ideas. I often do that at work for projects and it drives my male colleagues mad, with my colour codes and links, images, etc, but it makes sense to me LOL.

    This book is on my wish list, so thank you for a chance to win a copy or perhaps a back list title?

  6. JJ says:

    It’s nice seeing photos or depictions of the characters chosen by the author. Very gorgeous men.

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