Sunday, September 30, 2007

Cozy Mystery Challenge - sticky post


**sticky post - will remain at the top, newer postings below this one**

**Just something to think about - I had one person mention they would love to do this more often, so I am thinking about doing it twice next year - maybe in April and September. So keep that in mind and at the end of this challenge when I create the form for feedback and for entries for the prizes I'll have a question about this and would like to see what you think**

You up for the challenge?
Try to devote September to cozy mysteries.

To read more about the challenge and to sign up, click... (sign-up for this challenge is closed!!!)
**And those you participate will have the chance to win a free book by Shirley Damsgaard!**
**Roberta Isleib, author of Deadly Advice has also offered to give away one of her books as well!**

8 comments:

Booklogged said...

Kris, this sounds like my kind of challenge. Will see what I can do with my other challenges and try to leave Sep. free for nothing but mysteries. Wow, that sounds blissful.

MyUtopia said...

I wish I could fit another challenge in, but I think I am going to have to pass on this one.

Bookfool said...

Hey, I recognize that adorable child!!! What a great tag!

I'm planning to join in, but I wait until the last minute to sign up for challenges, just because I'm so fickle. And, I'll probably shoot low. I'm sort of un-challenging myself. But, I do need to get rid of some of the cozies.

Kris said...

bookfool - haha! I saw that picture and thought...he looks so cozy reading it. That's it! I'm using that picture. lol! I'll have to email my sister and tell her I put her son's picture on my blog.

Bookfool said...

She'll either love it or hate it that you used his photo, I'll bet. :)

Erin said...

I've just nominated you for the rockin' girl blogger award on my site!

Stephanie said...

Man. I'm trying to avoid challenges these days, because I'm signed up for so many. BUT...I do so love a good cozy!!

cj said...

Well, confession time.

I just never got on track with this one, even though it sounded wonderful.

I did, however, read one book that qualifies - The Ghost and The Dead Deb.

Wish I'd done better.

cjh