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Tag Archives: Linda McMaken

Today is pizza day at Romance Lives Forever. When I interview authors, I like to ask everyone what they like on pizza. I also ask every interviewee to ask whatever question they wish I’d asked, and then answer it. Some day I’ll post those, but for now, fire up the oven, lay out a tasty crust, spread it with tomato or white sauce, and get out the cheese. If you need ideas for more — here’s a list. Oh, and I’d stock up on the pepperoni if you plan to have an author over for dinner (especially me). All these authors have interviewed here over the last year. To read their original posts, click their name in the labels at the bottom of this entry.

Enjoy the yum…

Karen Cote’
I love pizza with pepperoni and pineapple. BBQ chicken pizza. Ooh, buffalo
wing pizza! Great, now I’ve got a craving for dinner tonight
Christi Barth
I love pizza with No one…coz when that doorbell rings and that pizza guy delivers that pie,
I want nobody encroaching on my pepperoni
. (Character Lily Delaney from Erotic Deception)
Karen Cote’
Camelia M. Skiba
I love pizza with spinach, broccoli, and artichokes. And no
cheese, cuz I’m weird
TC Blue
I love pizza with feta and
spinach and good company and cheer
Eugie Foster
I love pizza
with candlelight and Saurian brandy.
Moxie Magnus
I love pizza with pepperoni, onions, olives and ranch crust.
Kage Alan
Xavier Axelson
I love pizza with ham or bacon. (Character Major
David Hunt from A World Apart)
Camelia M. Skiba
Moxie Magnus
I love pizza with extra
cheese and good company
Lee Martindale
I love pizza with meatballs. I like everything with meatballs!
Xavier Axelson
I love pizza with pineapple.
Paul Bright
J E Taylor
Jason Aaron Baca
(cover model)
I love pizza with mushrooms and lots of pepperoni.
Angelia Sparrow
Kayelle Allen
I love pizza with anchovies, linguica, and a side of blue
Jason Aaron Baca
I love pizza with lots of cheese.
Vonnie Davis
I love pizza with pepperoni.
Linda McMaken
I love pizza with pepperoni, pepperoni and some added pepperoni.
Bruce Jenvey
Kayelle Allen
RLF Gems 

This is the second in a series of posts about the “Top Hits” on this website, who draws readers, and what types of articles are the most read.

I’ll list them in order of “page loads” — the number assigned by via a small html/java script on this page.

Not surprisingly, the top post of the month of February was the first “RLF Gems.” I won’t list it in the top five below, which has two entries at the number four spot in a tie.

#1 Victoria Lynne – With This Kiss (Book Release)

#2 Linda McMaken – Interview

#3 Xavier Axelson – Interview (Xavier was in the top 5 for 2011 posts)

#4 Vonnie Davis – Interview

#4 Frances Pauli – True Grit

#5 Kharisma Rhayne – Sexcation (a truly fun post) ^_^

Other authors included Marcia James, Jasmine Aherne, Evan Jacobs (founder of Kindlegraph), and Karenna Colcroft. I had several posts as well.

Congratulations to each of these writers for great posts and interviews during the month of February.

Granite Rose.

Linda, Welcome to Romance Lives Forever. Please tell us about your books.

My latest book is called The Granite Rose. It is an historical romance, set in ancient Rome. Yes, it is a very different time period for the usual romances. It is also a very different book for me to write. Most of my writing is romantic comedy, as I find love and romance, well, very fun!
The Granite Rose is set in during an actual event, The Dacian War. The characters that fill the book really existed, Emperor Trajan, Hadrian, Kind Decabalus – my hero and heroine however, did not, they are entirely figments of my overactive imagination. Essentially, it is the story of two people who because of events, politics, and circumstance are forced together.
The hate each other and their hatred moves along cultural lines. As they learn how badly their countries and their families have betrayed them, they discover they are not so different. Soon they realize they are dependent on each other to survive the labyrinth of Roman politics. Once they get past their differences their hearts begin to take over.
Here’s a blurb:
Sworn to uphold his Emperor’s orders, General Marcus Alexius must silence his inner voice to obey an Imperial command that his conscious is rebelling against.  He is asked to perform a clandestine kidnapping of the Dacian Princess – the princess of a country that executed his brother, and insure her safekeeping.
Sianna Cynara, the Princess of Dacia must endure the treachery of Rome, the enslavement of her country, her people and the horrible realization that her father might have sacrificed her to realize his dreams of Imperialism. 
They are thrust together in a Roman Empire where the Emperor has no heir, and where the dark forces of Rome’s elite Patrician society work to ensure one of their own will be named the successor.  The enemies of the Emperor bribe, coerce and murder to ensure General Alexius will never become emperor and that the Dacian Princess becomes a spectator sport in the Coliseum.  Thrust together by elements out of their control, two bitter enemies will find solace in each other’s arms and the courage to challenge the powers of the Roman Empire.
If money were not an object, where would you most like to live?
In a wandering RV.
What song would be describe your life?
Twilight Zone
If you came with a warning label what would it say?
Caution, may erupt with uncontrolled laughter at the worst possible moments.
Fill in the Blanks
I love pizza with – pepperoni.
I’m always ready for – camping
When I’m alone – If I told you I’d have to include you in a future novel and it wouldn’t be pretty.
You’d never be able to tell but – I’m full of worthless info. Someday I’m gonna win big on Jeopardy.
If I had a halo it would be –Chrome. It’s the classic car girl in me.
If I could – travel – I’d – never stop.
I can never – run for president – because – I’m too honest and not “politically correct.”
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