The Sweet List 12/01/2012

Christmas crack candyHi, everybody, and welcome back. This yummy-sounding morsel is called Christmas crack candy, and it’s a mouth-watering combination of saltine crackers, homemade caramel, and chocolate. Think about that for a moment: salt, sweet, chewy, gooey. That could be an incredibly addictive candy, and yeah, I might have to try this one, too. Thanks to Sweet Flours for the photo, the link, and the recipe.

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

Gunnar

1. Jenna Jaxon Historical Romance
2. Jaimey Grant ~ Regency romance
3. Vivian Roycroft, Regency
4. S.G. Rogers – Christmas Flash Fiction
5. Marsha Ward~Westerns with Heart & Grit
6. Susan Aylworth – contemporary romance
7. Rachel Rossano – romantic historical fantasy
8. Kay Springsteen contemp or regency
9. Patricia Kiyono – Historical Romance
10. Carrie-Anne Brownian ~ 1930s Christmas
11. Lindsay Downs-Regency
12. Jeff Salter – Rom Comedy & Rom Suspense
13. Andrea Buginsky, autobiography
14. Tmonique Stephens~ Paranormal Romance
15. Kelly Martin– YA/Christian
16. Laurel-Rain Snow – Contemporary Fiction
17. Jennifer Rae Gravely – Southern romance
18. Beth Trissel Historical-Paranormal Romance
19. Sherry Gloag ~ Regency romance
20. Elaine Cantrell Christmas excerpt
21. Mickie Sherwood, contemporary
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2 Responses to The Sweet List 12/01/2012

  1. Are we taking a break for the holidays? I thought we did last year. Just wondering.

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