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Last week’s challenge saw an immediate winner and then photo number two was a stumper.

In the second picture challenge, my book sits in front of Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. Completed in 1395 its name translated means “Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven.” Thanks to my nephews Michael and Kevin for the photo.

Where Am I?

Where Am I?

No one was close enough to award the prize, so it’s on to this week’s challenge . . . and here’s the twist.

The location of my book in the photo below isn’t what’s important. What it takes to win this weeks challenge is a catchy caption. The best one (I am sole judge and jury) will win a copy of my book and a coffee shop gift card.

Caption this photo in comments below.

Caption this photo in comments below.

Leave your wittiest caption in the comments below. Winner announced next Tuesday, so you have until Monday Sept. 1 at 11:59 P to enter. And don’t forget, next Wednesday is Insecure Writer’s Support Group Wednesday.

IWSGOne final note: I’ll be a guest at the blog of writer/author Jim Heskett on Friday Aug. 29. A short interview where I divulge a secret from my past and finally solve the question of who wins in a fight between Jack Bauer and Batman. Stop by, say hi to Jim and leave a comment. There’s a book giveaway included!

 

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