And it's time for my bi-weekly Caption Contest. I've got some great pictures for you to caption this week. Do one or all. Don't forget to include your e-mail address in your comment to be included in this week's drawing for a free book (winner's choice from assorted titles). Here are the pictures. Have fun.
Okay, what did you come up with?
Got any plans for the weekend?
Don't forget that Small Tales - the cross-genre short story anthology - is accepting submissions until May 31. We've love to receive one from you.
I'm currently enjoying: Black Water Rising by Attica Locke
Groaner of the day: The teacher asked if anyone could tell the class a story with a moral. Little Johnny volunteered the following:
"Out west, in the town of Diablo, there was a guy named Dan, who was president of the Creative Credit Loan Company. Dan was proud of being able to arrange loans for almost anyone. One day as he was locking up for the night, some tough guys accosted him and started to push him around because he was just a little guy. They didn't know he held a Third Degree Black Belt in Karate. Dan counterattacked, and gave the tough guys a thrashing they wouldn't forget."
Said the teacher, "Good, Johnny, now tell us what is the moral of your story."
Johnny replied, "Well, the moral is, if you're ever out west, don't mess around with the loan arranger."