The Sweet List 04/21/2012

Hi, everybody, and welcome back for #SweetSat. In case you haven’t figured out by now, I’m a sucker for cute baked goods (especially when they’re heading for my mouth) and these Cheshire buttercream cupcakes are some of the cutest I’ve seen in a long time. Thanks to Wikimedia Commons user Katjaskupcakes, Katja Seaton, for the photo.

Here’s the Sweet List. Let’s wave hello to our new writers (*waves*), then click around the list and have some fun. Even if I’m still on a diet and can’t have a blasted cupcake.

Cheers,

Gunnar

1. Rachel Rossano – romantic fantasy
2. Sandra Nachlinger/Sandra Allen – Romance
3. Kay Springsteen/contemporary and Regency
4. J.F. Jenkins YA/Urban Fantasy
5. Jenna Jaxon~Historical Romance
6. Heidi Murphy~ Regency Romance
7. Carrie-Anne Brownian ~ 1940s historical fiction
8. Sarah Ballance (sensual romantic suspense)
9. Patricia Kiyono, romance
10. Jean Joachim, Contemporary romance
11. J. Gunnar Grey, mystery~adventure
12. Chynna Laird ~ young adult
13. Lindsay Downs-Romantic Suspense
14. Leah Sanders – sweet historical romance
15. Rachel Van Dyken – Romance
16. Ann Cory, erotic romance (sweet sample)
17. Brinda Berry – YA fantasy
18. Joselyn Vaughn ~ contemporary romance
19. Beth Trissel Historical/Paranormal Romance
20. Tmonique Stephens~ Paranormal Romance
21. Sherry Gloag Contemporary Romance
22. S.G. Rogers – Mythic Fantasy
23. elaine cantrell contemporary romance
24. Benjamin Wallace – Comic Fiction
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3 Responses to The Sweet List 04/21/2012

  1. Pingback: Sweet Saturday Sample! | Kay Springsteen: The Romance of Your Life

  2. J. Gunnar: I tried to leave a comment on your post but couldn’t. So I rebooted and tried again. Still no luck. Could there be a security problem? It looks like no one else left a comment either.

    • Gunnar says:

      Something weird is going on with Weebly, Sandy, and I’m not sure what it is yet. I’ve got a few comments on the post (they had to be approved) but now I have to reset the password in order to log in to my own site. Don’t have to change it, just reset it, which is a pain in the bumpkus. Thanks for trying and for letting me know.
      Gunnar

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