The Sweet List 09/29/2012

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. Have you ever met a fruity dessert you didn’t like? Me, neither. I mean, it just stands to reason, right? (Or would that be write?) Fruit, sweet, dessert, satisfaction; one leads to the next. And this apple cake looks amazingly scrumptious. Thanks to CatCanCook.com for the link, photo, and recipe, and if you’re ready for this… an entire book of recipes. Do go check her out!

Here’s the Sweet List. Let’s click and enjoy. Cheers,

Gunnar

1. Patricia Kiyono – Historical Romance
2. Kay Springsteen (Regency)
3. Jenna Jaxon~Historical Romance
4. Andrea Buginsky, autobiography
5. Marsha Ward~Westerns with Heart & Grit
6. Susan Aylworth, contemporary
7. Beth Trissel Historical-Paranormal Romance
8. J. Gunnar Grey, Regency
9. Carrie-Anne Brownian ~ High Holy Days-themed historical fiction (1930s)
10. Laurel-Rain Snow – Contemporary Fiction
11. Leah Sanders, medieval romance
12. Rachel Van Dyken, Regency
13. Jessie Andersen, Young Adult women’s issues
14. Tmonique Stephens~ Paranormal Romance
15. Sherry Gloag – Romance
16. Lindsay Downs- Suspense
17. E.A. West ~ Sweet Contemporary Romance
18. S.G. Rogers – romantic fantasy
19. Catherine Bennett, contemporary romantic suspense
20. J.L. Salter, contemporary romantic suspense
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5 Responses to The Sweet List 09/29/2012

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

  2. jeff7salter says:

    Okay, I think I finally understand. The desserts are to lure us here … then we can check out the links with blurbs & excerpts.
    I had thought we were supposed to sign up for a particular Sat. in which we would post our blurb/excerpt HERE.
    Thanks for walking me through it, Patty, Suzanne, & Cheryl.

  3. jeff7salter says:

    Well, I thought I understood it (above) but things get revealed to my brain in layers. Now I really DO comprehend. When we sign up for this, we’re supposed to post something which is current (i.e. that Sat.) and which tags “Sweet Sat. Sample”. And that’s the link we’re supposed to post on the list.
    Okay, next time this comes up, I’ll upload a special post for the Sat. in question, and then post that link to the list.
    Old dog … new tricks … learning curve.

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