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#Romance Lives Forever @ClareDargin @VickiBatman @kayelleallen #RLFblogThe top post was the RLF Gems announcement last month. I did not count it among the top bloggers because that award would go to me. I’d like to see the credit go to guests. You are why I do this!

The Top Blogger for this month is Clare Dargin, who wins a month of free advertising on the blog. Top Blogger of 2016 was Susan V Vaughn, who won a year of free advertising for 2017.

Top Blogger Clare Dargin

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Publisher Author Page: www.bookstrand.com/clare-dargin
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Clare-Dargin/e/B005CREN68

 

The winners are judged by cumulative page views, including return and unique visits.

Congratulations to these fine bloggers:
1. Clare Dargin
2. Susan V Vaughn
3. Marilyn Baron
4. CB Clark
5. Cynthia Sax, Kryssie Fortune
Honorable mention: NJ Walters, Adele Downs, Danita Minnis

Top Chatters for the Month

#Romance Lives Forever @ClareDargin @VickiBatman @kayelleallen #RLFblogThe person who gets the most comments in a month is not always the person who gets the most page views. For that reason, I instituted the Top Chatter Award. This award is for the bloggers who receive the most comments.
This month’s winners are:

Vicki Batman
Marilyn Baron
CB Clark
Alina K Field

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Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first name are:
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Is It True: Dark Love Rising by Danita Minnis @Danita_Minnis #RLFblog #pnrPlay Is It True with today’s guest Danita Minnis, author of Dark Love Rising, a Paranormal Romance. This is a game in which authors answer yes and no questions. They can elaborate on answers as much as they choose.

First, tell us about your book.

Former MI6 agent Xavier Quinn would say that you’re daft if you think he will stop killing for a living. But that is exactly what is about to happen. Very soon now, Quinn will start killing to stay alive. On the run after taking out the wrong man, Quinn would die a happy man if he could just live long enough to ruin the Parliament member who set him up.

Layla, a 2,000 year old vampire with a moral code, has other plans for the contract killer. When she awakens to the sound of a dark rising, she enlists Quinn to join her on a mission to save humanity from her twin sister Tamara.

But Quinn is just the kind of man that a cold-blooded killer like Tamara needs in her world. A man like Quinn, who never believed in humanity, has only one belief; self-preservation. Being a vampire sounds much better than staying human in the game of kill or be killed. Will he stay alive long enough to find out how Layla’s love can change the equation?

Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Now, tell us Yes or No for each answer below. Feel free to explain any (or none) of your answers.

Is it true:

this is your first book?
No. Dark Love Rising is my fourth paranormal romance novel. I’m hooked on the genre!

this book is part of a series?
Not at the moment. But I’m not sure I’m done with Quinn and Layla. I may delve deeper into their relationship and globe-trotting hunt at a later date.

you lost sleep while writing this book?
I did! In the quiet darkness of my bedroom I could see Layla dancing for Queen Cleopatra, her hands weaving intricate patterns in the air.:)

you did research for this book?
Yes. When researching ancient Egypt for Layla’s background, I kept thinking what it would be like to be Queen Cleopatra’s handmaiden. It must have been a very privileged life.

some characters in this book are not human? (pets for example)
Layla is upset with this question. I can see her fangs on display. She loved being human and her life at Cleopatra’s palace in Alexandria. That was before she was forced into the dark life of a vampire.

this book has more than one genre?
All of my books have more than one genre. Horror, probably from all the Twilight Zone and Hitchcock I imbibed growing up. Historical, love it, can’t help myself. Paranormal: Vamps are my latest thing but I can’t do without a few ghosts, who make an appearance in Dark Love Rising.

you speak more than one language?
I speak New Yawk.

you grew up where you live now?
Yes.

you love to read?
I LOVE to read. All the books I’ve read were research. And I didn’t even know I wanted to be an author until ten years ago. But looking back now, I probably should have known.

you are never late?
I could say something very dishonest here but let’s just say if you invite me to a party that starts at 7pm, you better tell me it starts at 5pm.

you love pizza?
Yes. But I don’t love the enhanced pear-shape it tends to give me.

you love sushi?
I could do without it, but I just think of that pear-shape and raw fish sounds pretty good!

you have a pet?
The Khan-Man is a member of my family. Yep, I’m part Husky. Love you Khan-puppy!

Where can we find your book online?

Publisher: http://blog.danitaminnis.com/buy-books/
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2koPPHD
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dark-love-rising-danita-minnis/1125606509;jsessionid=374BB7C4BB93C5DE1D1FA503957241CA.prodny_store01-atgap06?ean=9781542798402
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/dark-love-rising-1
CreateSpace: https://www.createspace.com/6893751

Danita Minnis Social Media

Born and raised in the heart of New York City, Danita is a singer, writer and lover of romance. Her fourth novel, Dark Love Rising is her first vampire romance. She is the author of the ghostly love story Adderley’s Bride. The Cardiff novels, Love Entwined and Falcon’s Angel, feature her favorite witches, Amelie and Angel.
Mystery, mayhem, the fantastic and the fey are as intriguing as Siberian Huskies – shout out to the Khan Man. One more hour with her laptop and Danita is living the dream.

Website: http://danitaminnis.com/Home_Page.php
Blog: http://blog.danitaminnis.com/
Twitter https://twitter.com/Danita_Minnis
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Danita-Minnis-Romance-Author-433534206657385/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/danitaminnis/
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6154485.Danita_Minnis
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Danita-Minnis/e/B008EAB4Q2/

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Last month, Romance Lives Forever had 31 posts in a 31 day month.
There was a tie for third place. First spot went to a report I did about
Outlantacon, a gay geek scifi fest in Atlanta. My thanks to all who took part this month. You made Romance Lives Forever a great place to discover new books and authors.

Top Five Bloggers for the Month

(judged by page views). Congratulations to each person!
1. Report from Outlantacon (Kayelle Allen)
2. Rhea Rhodan
3. Tara Lain
3. Danita Minnis
4. Nancy
Corrigan
5. Brenda Whiteside
Honorable mention: Liza O’Connor and JoAnne
Myers
Romance Lives Forever features authors and new books. It has a
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and author Twitter handles in the titles. The site is broadcast over Triberr
with a potential reach of over a million readers via its Twitter-linked
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the author additional opportunities for promotion. The Romance Lives Forever
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Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first
name are:

AJ Williams, Allison
Knight, Declan Sands, Donna Michaels, Gemma Brocato, Grace Marshall, Jana
Richards, Janie Franz, Jean Hart Stewart, Kenneth G Bennett, Kimber Vale, Kryssie
Fortune, Linda Mooney, Linda Rettstatt, Mae Hancock, N Jay, PJ MacLayne, Rhonda
Laurel, Sam Cheever, Selena Illyria, Stacy Juba, Willa Blair
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Last month, Romance Lives Forever had 30 posts in a 31 day month.
This was the first month
using new interviews for 2014.

Top Five Bloggers for the Month

RLF Gem Award 
(judged by page views) There were four ties with each author
gaining the same number of views. This many ties has not occurred before on
RLF. Congratulations to each author!
1. JD Faver
2. Mary Marvella, Tina Donahue
3. Charlie Cochrane, Danita Minnis
4. Babette James, Starla Kaye
5. Sydney Jane
Baily, Saloni Quinby
Honorable mention: Lucy Felthouse
Romance Lives Forever features authors and new books. It has a
blogger’s FAQ page with a downloadable guide and optional interviews. Readers
can follow via Google Friend Connect, Networked Blogs, Bloglovin’, Linky
Followers, email, an RSS feed, and there’s a blog button readers and authors
can grab.. RLF takes up to three images per article, so authors can share
previous books. The blog uses author or publisher names as SEO tags on posts,
and author Twitter handles in the titles. The site is broadcast over Triberr
with a potential reach of over a million readers via its Twitter-linked
network. Twitter mentions are also gathered in several Paper.li ezines, giving
the author an additional opportunity for promotion.
The Romance Lives Forever
Paper.li ezine
features guest authors on its front page every day. The Yahoo Group Romance Lives Forever has
nearly 1200 members, and is Kayelle’s private group. It is open once a month to
authors who have been guests on the blog. Guests get one day to post info,
share news, book releases, offer contests, and so on. For that day, the group
is open and members are allowed to reply and take active part. It’s like an
old-fashioned chat, where you can share and answer questions. Only authors who
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My thanks to all who took part this month. You made Romance Lives
Forever a great place to discover new books and authors.
Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first
name are:

Angela Smith, Aria
Kane, Ashley York, Audra North, Brenda Sparks, Cassandra Carr, Chris Redding, D
Renee Bagby, Diana Green, DP Denman, Heidi Lynn Anderson, Jana Richards, Kayelle
Allen, Kent
duFault, Kristina Knight, Nicole Morgan, Pippa Jay, Sherry Gloag, Wendi Zwaduk
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Love Entwined 
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Author: Danita Minnis
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Amelie’s goal is the top of the jewelry
designing world. Her orderly life comes undone when jewelry tycoon Roman steals
her away on assignment to a remote English estate. He wants Amelie all to himself
but St. Clair Manor’s ghost has waited for her much longer than he has.
An unseen gunman takes a shot at Roman
and he blames a business rival. But Amelie and Roman are to blame, for falling in
love 200 years before in a time neither of them remember.
From the heartbreak of pre-Revolutionary
France
to modern day corporate wars, Amelie and Roman uncover a history of blood jewels,
lust and demons.
When Amelie discovers her inner witch
she learns the real reason she was summoned to St. Clair Manor. Il Dragone will
kill to get her back. Amelie will kill if they do.

Interview with Roman Cardiff

What is it that you want,
but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.
I call it Amelie. She wants me, I know she does, but her inner
demons won’t let go. I’m taking her to Yorkshire
where there won’t be an office full of people for her to hide behind. Just me, her
and about fifty bedrooms. Of course, I’m not a sadist; I’ll give her a running start
and wait until she’s more comfortable with her conscience.
What’s your internal limitation?
Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need
to do during this story?
All things point to Amelie being in league with my business rivals,
the Garamonde family. I sued them last year for patent infringement and now it seems
they’ve enlisted Amelie to take more of my jewelry designs. Am I mad for wanting
this thief? I might be, but then you haven’t seen Amelie. I start out to ruin her
rising jewelry designing career and then … well, you’ll have to see how it goes.
I’m just a man after all and her curves are hotter than Hades.
What inner doubt causes
you the most difficulty?
I must say I have always been a warrior of sorts. I’m a practical
man and never would have thought I was a Roman warrior when I first met Amelie.
We were sworn enemies back then, not much has changed in that regard. Add il Dragone
demons to the mix and I’m struggling to remember what they are, what they want with
my family. It’s frustrating, how does a flesh and blood man fight demons? If only
I could remember.
What’s your external complication?
In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.
I didn’t have a fear until I met Amelie. Now that I know what
we meant to each other in the past, I know why we’ve met again. I am beginning to
realize a new fear: the Cardiff
legacy of lust, murder and blood jewels and what will happen if I can’t stop the
cycle in this lifetime.
Tell us about your significant
other, that person who makes living worthwhile.
Amelie thinks she is all business on the way to the top of the
designing world. I have to laugh at that. Oh, she’s an excellent designer, number
two, after me, but that’s not all there is to life. When I get her out of that suit
and, say, into the secluded hills of Yorkshire,
she comes alive. Not only is her temper French but so is her inner witch. I don’t
think I will let her go home to the states.
What would that person
say about you?
Amelie would call me a playboy and rightfully so, but at least
I know how to have fun. As a matter of fact, I remember a particularly fun swim
session we had one late night. She tried to hit me with a beach ball. She paid for
that. Let’s just say it got me a bit closer to my goal, breaking down that barrier
she holds up against men.
What is your family like?
There is a tragic story. My mother died giving birth to my still
born sister. After that, my father lost himself in the business of running Cardiff
Jewels. When he died, I took over and everyone thought it would be a disaster. I
am here to tell you that a playboy can run a business and run it well. Just look
at my numbers. I have no competition. And, would someone please tell me why I’m
expected to get married just because I’m thirty-four years old and the head of Cardiff
Jewels? I know, all you mothers out there are saying; it the money, you need some
heirs. In good time. For now, what is wrong with loving women, and loving them well?
Ah, this question is for the men out there. I already know what the mothers think,
thank you.
What special skills do
you rely on?
I am a wicked businessman, born with the talent to design jewelry
that woman will give their all for (and have). I am not boasting, I don’t boast.
I deliver. Did I mention my silver tongue?
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?
There is a question. I wouldn’t want it to be the High Priestess,
that snake charmer who I seduced one night in the Roman camps. The one who wants
my soul, the one who summons the preternatural enemy of the Cardiff family, the oldest demon who all il Dragone
serves. There is just one problem with keeping the High Priestess away; Amelie is
the High Priestess reincarnated.
Are you happy with the
way your story ended? Why or why not?
Is it over? Read it and let me know what you think.

About the Writer

You have the length of
a tweet (140 characters) to describe yourself as a writer. Let’s see what you can
do.
Paranormal romancer living in the wrong era. I’m more comfortable
around witches, soothsayers and ancient demons to conquer.
Why did you choose to
write about this character?
Roman Cardiff literally came to me in a dream and would not go
away. After three weeks of what I can only describe as my muse trying to get my
attention in a very busy, real world, I succumbed.
Was there anything you
discovered about this character that was a surprise to you?
I always knew Roman Cardiff was a powerful man. What I didn’t
realize was his family’s connection to an ancient demon. As the story unfolded,
it was clear Roman is not just an ordinary man, he is a Warrior of Light.
When you wrote about this
character, what made you the most happy? What made you the most sad?
Excited about Roman Cardiff’s jewelry empire and how it came
about from a dream his ancestor had two hundred years before. As that ancestor is
an important part of the story, it was that much more exciting to see Roman at the
top of the game.
It was sad for me to write Roman and Amelie’s tragic past life
love story. It hurt as the truth does. I love these two and thought they’d been
through enough over several lifetimes, but that’s life.
Why do you write?
Writing is my passion. I enjoy creating worlds. I can’t stop
writing.
What do you want to write
next?
I have a family who is bugging me. They have a ghost who lives
with them and keeps interfering in their lives. They love the ghost, he loves one
of their daughters and will leave only if she comes with him. That’s what they need
my help with so far. More to come!

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Author Bio

Danita Minnis grew up singing and once thought she would do that
all her life. She soon found writing just as fulfilling and writes paranormal romance.
She loves mystery, mysticism, the fantastic and the fey. She has published The Cardiff
Novels, a series about one family’s trials with vengeful demons, a legacy of ghosts
and mysterious blood jewels. She is currently working on the third novel in the
Cardiff series,
which introduces the Cardiffs’ connection to ancient vampires.
Danita is a member of Romance Writers of America. She is a lover
of chocolate, a good, scary movie, kittens and pups – especially Siberian Huskies.
When she is not writing, she exercises her lungs at her son’s soccer matches and
their favorite theme park, because everyone knows it’s easier on the stomach to
scream your way down a roller coaster.

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In September, Romance Lives Forever had 29 posts in a 30 day
month. Publisher Week took the top five spots with the amazing JMS Books LLC, so I combined those. Here are
the top posts (judging by page views).
1. JMS Books, LLC
2. Ella Quinn
3. Daisy Banks
4. Danita Minnis
5. Rue Allyn
Honorable mention: Rolyn Anderson and Vicki Batman.
Authors who guest with us are promoted on Twitter, Facebook, via
Triberr to thousands of potential readers, are featured front page in the daily
Romance Lives Forever Paper.li ezine,
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Other participants this month in alphabetical order by first
name are:

Alexandra Christian, Bernadette Walsh, Cassandra Carr, Christina
Phillips , Anita Philmar, Stephanie Cage, Dawn Montgomery, Jenny Kane, Jill
Hughey , Mae Clair, Nia Simone, Patricia Walters-Fischer, Sarah Cass, Tracey
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Love Entwined 
Love Entwined. Jewel wars…the blood will tell.
Thanks so much for having me on today, Kayelle! It is always
a great time at Romance Lives Forever. I am so excited to join the party with my
upcoming release Love Entwined, A Cardiff Novel Book 2. Remember Angel of Falcon’s
Angel, Book 1? Well, in Love Entwined, Angel’s parents battle a demon from their
past. Amelie and Roman, witch and warrior. Evil and good together in lust. Both
have wicked ways, can they stay together in love? Come along for the sinfully good
ride.
Blurb:
Run, little witch…
Amelie Laurent is on her way to the top of the jewelry designing
world with no time for men. Her orderly life is about to come undone when playboy
and jewelry tycoon Roman Cardiff steals her away on assignment to a remote English
estate. Roman wants Amelie all to himself but St. Clair Manor’s resident ghost has
been waiting for her much longer than he has.
Run home…
An unseen gunman takes a shot at Roman and he blames a business
rival. But Amelie and Roman are to blame, for falling in love 200 years before in
a time neither of them remember.
From the heartbreak of pre-Revolutionary France to modern
day corporate wars, Amelie and Roman uncover a history of blood jewels, lust and
demons.
Good witch, bad witch, you must decide…
When Amelie discovers her inner witch she learns the real reason
she was summoned to St. Clair Manor. Il Dragone will kill to get her back. Amelie
will kill if they do.

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About the Author

Danita Minnis grew up singing and once thought she would do that
all her life. She soon found writing just as fulfilling and writes paranormal romance.
She loves mystery, mysticism, the fantastic and the fey. She has published The Cardiff
Novels, a series about one family’s trials with vengeful demons, a legacy of ghosts
and mysterious blood jewels. She is currently working on the third novel in the
Cardiff series,
which introduces the Cardiffs’ connection to ancient vampires.
If you asked her which is easier, writing songs or writing novels,
she would say it was the former. As a singer, melodies and rhymes are second nature.
What her characters want is another thing entirely. With her debut novel, Falcon’s
Angel Book 1 of the Cardiff Novel series, she learned not to save her characters.
That’s just the way they want it. In Love Entwined Book 2, they took over and would
not let her get a word in edge-wise.
Danita is a member of Romance Writers of America. She is a lover
of chocolate, a good, scary movie, kittens and pups – especially Siberian Huskies.
When she is not writing, she exercises her lungs at her son’s soccer matches and
their favorite theme park, because everyone knows it’s easier on the stomach to
scream your way down a roller coaster.
Danita Minnis 

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Facebook Cardiff Novels Page: https://www.facebook.com/DanitaMinnis?ref=hl

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The month of August had some heavy hitters where interviews
are concerned, and one article that blew away the group. Irene Preston’s
article Bad, Bad, Bad, Writing the Wrong Kind of Bad Girl, wins top awards, far
outdistancing any other article on the blog. However, one of the most popular types
of articles on Romance Lives Forever continues to be interviews with authors,
and with characters. Here are the top five with a tie at number five.
1. Irene Preston, Bad, Bad, Bad, Writing the Wrong Kind of
Bad Girl
2. Lynda Bailey, Interview
3. Synithia Williams, Interview
4. Danita Minnis, Character Interview
5. Kay Jaybee, Book Release
5. Elise VanCise, Interview
Participants this month in alphabetical order by first name
are: Amber Kallyn, Ashlynne Laynne, Belinda
McBride, Christi Barth, Danita Minnis, Elise VanCise, Irene Preston, Jan Graham,
Jean Joachim, Kay Jaybee, Kaylin McFarren, Keira Kohl, Lillian Grant, Lynda
Bailey, Malia Mallory, Melissa Keir, Paul Harry, Synithia Williams,
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RLF Gems.
The top bloggers (by page load) for the month of June
resulted in a tie for third place in the top five. This month was unusual in
that the blog was closed for a period due to my illness. The good news is that
I did not have a heart attack. The bad news is that I learned my heart did have
a slight weakness that needed medication. I’ve been on the mend and taking
better care of myself as a result.
In June, we had a few character interviews, which were well
received, and every day that we had a posting saw top numbers. The article I
wrote for the Marketing for Romance Writers blog tour (in preparation for
Marketing Summer Camp) scored nearly twice as many hits as the next in line.
That was gratifying, and a surprise. Model and photographer Cherif Fortin and his
business partner Lynn Sanders hit it out of the park with their interview this
month. I had them on twice because their article was so unique. They helped
pioneer a new media that combines film, ebooks, audio books, and images to make
a new media. You can learn more about it at this URL. http://is.gd/a3oh1m
Top Post – MFRW

Here are the top bloggers for June 2012:

1. Kayelle Allen – Why I Created Marketing for Romance
Writers
2. Cherif Fortin, Lynn
Sanders – New Media for Authors
3. K. D. Grace – Character Interview
3. Lynn Cahoon – Character Interview
4. Jane Wenham-Jones – Author Interview
5. S. A. Garcia – Not Only Angels Fall from the Heavens
My thanks to everyone who took part this month. Guests this
month included (in alpha order by first name, not including myself): Alexandra Stewart, Berengaria
Brown, Cherif Fortin, Cinsearae S, Danita Minnis,
Jane Wenham-Jones, Juliette
Springs,
K. D. Grace, Lynn Cahoon, Lynn Sanders, S. A.
Garcia.
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