Caption Contest VI (closes Sept. 10)

Okay, your favorite thing! Caption Contest VI is the last but one in our seven-contest series sponsored by St. Martin’s Press. Winner gets a free book (the one I wrote, although if you really wanted a different one we could probably find it for you. We’re a bookshop, after all.)

Put your caption under comments, keep ’em family-friendly, and have fun! (Oh, and please make sure we have a way to find you if we win; we can’t find “SAL,” who won caption contest V.)


Filed under Big Stone Gap, book reviews, folklore and ethnography, humor, small town USA, Uncategorized

22 responses to “Caption Contest VI (closes Sept. 10)

  1. I pray you, let none of your people stir me: I have an exposition of sleep come upon me…..


  2. Midsummer, Midwinter, Midspring, Midfall,
    Midmorning, Midafternoon, Midnight…
    I dream through them all

  3. Kate Griffith

    ‘Ah to sleep, to prechants to dream’, with apologies to the Bard!

  4. Tamra Igo

    To heck with the contest – I just love the picture!

  5. Kylee

    “To sleep, perchance to dream. Ay! There’s the belly rub.”

  6. Eva

    Give me a soft chair by the fire and a good book to lull me to sleep.

  7. Sandy R.

    Sweet! Sweet! Slumber, do not disturb thee…….Or I will throw a book at you!

  8. Carlie H

    Dream a little dream with me!

  9. After running out of coffee at around midnight, Cynthia was unable to finish her all-nighter and would sleep through her 9:00 Shakespeare midterm. Her Mom was going to kill her.

  10. leela

    Life is but a dream

  11. Midsummer night’s dream? No thanks, but I will take a midsummer day’s dream.

  12. Callie the flower

    Reading Shakespeare felt like finishing a can of tuna, and made her feel full, satisfied, and a little sleepy.

  13. “Boy, is he gonna be surprised when he wakes up with a donkey’s head!”

  14. Course reading assignment complete. Lab experiment in progress.

  15. Not a mouse shall disturb this hallowed house…

  16. Theresa Ackerson

    Dreams are the first step into reality! But you already knew that.

  17. Kylee… great! All I could think of is: “run, little mousie, but thou shalt not escape this fairy Puckkitty..”

  18. Four paws will quickly steep themselves in plights;
    Four frights will quickly dream away the crime

    joystory AT gmail DOT com

  19. Jeez…All I want is a nap and I’m stuck with this stupid book.

  20. Kathleen Heger

    “Ooh dreamweaver…I believe we can make it through the night.”

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