Below are seven childhood pictures of the Wenches. Your job is to guess who’s who. Here’s how it works:
1. Study the pictures and send your best guesses to me, Sherrie (click on my name) with the subject line, "Wench Contest." DO NOT SEND YOUR GUESSES TO THE BLOG OR YOU’LL BE DISQUALIFIED.
2. The person guessing all 7 pictures correctly will win an autographed book from each of the Wenches. In case of ties, the names of those who guessed correctly will be thrown into a hat and I’ll draw one name as the winner.
3. As an added bonus, we encourage you to suggest captions to the pictures for a chance to win even more books. You can do that via the comments feature, but DO NOT include your guesses on the Wench identities–those go to me! Each Wench will give one book to the person who, in her opinion, supplies the best caption to her picture.
The contest will end this coming Friday at midnight, Eastern Daylight Time, so you’ll have the rest of this week to enter. Winners will be announced on Sunday, our usual announcement day. Be sure to check back in case you won!
So, before we start: Wench identity guesses go to Sherrie. Suggestions for captions can be done via the comment feature. Got it? Great! Let’s get started! (Click on any of the pictures to view a larger version.)
She stood happily alone, making up a story in her head.
While picking blueberries at the age of two, this Wench shows an early tendency to get deep into her work.
Wench sporting a tartan bow?
Already determined to stand out from the crowd, this dark-haired Wench sits in the middle of her California cousins & demonstrates how (not) to eat a popsicle.
Despite being blinded by the light, I’ve always been an Indiana Jones explorer.
(Littlest one in picture) I liked romantic subplots in other books, but I didn’t read genre romances for years because the first few I read were frankly dreadful. Who knew what I’d be doing today???
See? I always did have red hair!!! At least, then I did.