Sunday, April 7, 2013

Caption Contest on Cozy Mystery Magazine!

Today I've decided to run a fun CAPTION CONTEST.

Write a clever caption by posting in the comment section below. (Only G-Rated captions please:)

The winner of this contest will receive a free eBook--either of one of my "When The Fat Ladies Sing" mysteries or the Kindle version of Moving Tales--Adventures in Relocation.

Our winning contestant will be announced at 6:00 PM Central Standard Time.

So here goes. May the best caption win!

Linda Kozar is the co-author of Babes With A Beatitude—Devotions For Smart, Savvy Women of Faith (Hardcover/Ebook, Howard/Simon & Schuster 2009) and author of Misfortune Cookies (Print, Barbour Publishing 2008), Misfortune Cookies, A Tisket, A Casket, and Dead As A Doornail, (“When The Fat Ladies Sing Series,” eBooks, Spyglass Lane Mysteries, 2012). Strands of Fate released October 2012 (Hardcover/Ebook, Creative Woman Mysteries) and her nonfiction title, Moving Tales, Adventures in Relocation, released in 2013 (Indie-Published). She received the ACFW Mentor of the Year Award in 2007, founded and served as president of Writers On The Storm, The Woodlands, Texas ACFW chapter for three years. In 2003, she co-founded, co-directed and later served as Southwest Texas Director of Words For The Journey Christian Writers Guild. She and her husband Michael, married 24 years, have two lovely daughters, Katie and Lauren and a Rat Terrier princess named Patches.

Represented by: Wendy Lawton, Books & Such Literary Agency

Member of: CAN (Christian Authors Network), RWA (Romance Writers of American), WHRWA (West Houston Romance Writers of America), ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers), Writers On The Storm, The Woodlands, Texas Chapter of ACFW, Toastmasters (Area 56) The Woodlands, Texas, The Woodlands Church, The Woodlands, TX.

Linda Kozar is the author of six books. Her latest, titled “Moving Tales, Adventures in Relocation,” is a collection of stories from people who experienced the good, the bad and the ugly when they moved.


  1. No caption, just have to laugh because I have camped at that park more times than any other! Of course, I haven't in years, so I never noticed that very hilarious combination of signs. :)

    okay...I do have a caption, but it is very specific to my family. (Husband is a funeral director, for those who don't know.)

    "Working Vacation."

    Thanks for the laugh!

    1. Though techincally it would be even funnier if it was "Hindu funeral director's working vacation." ;)

    2. Hey Traci--contact me so I can send you a book!

  2. Traci--That's hilarious! (And yes, it would be more appropro for a Hindu funeral director, but it's still funny. I snapped this shot on one of our frequent vacays in Oregon.

  3. Hi Linda,
    I'm going to borrow a phrase from someone else, but I'm changing a word or two just for fun. I wouldn't want to steal someone else's thunder. LOL

    Here goes: "Southern Fried Mysteries"

    Debbie Malone
    "Death in Dahlonega"
    "Murder in Marietta"

  4. I wasn't going to do, but why not:

    Murder Inc. - Your One Stop Shopping Location

  5. THIS WEEK'S WINNER IS...TRACI! With her husband's job as a funeral director, "Working Vacation" seemed appropriate to the sign:)

    Traci--let me know if you'd like an eBook copy of Moving Tales or one of my other eBooks. I'll need your email address. You can message me on FB with that.