CIR's March Madness Blog Hop

Welcome Blog Hoppers.  Thanks for the visit.  Make yourselves at home.  When you are ready to move on to the next blog, scroll to the bottom of this screen for the List of Participating Bloggers (And yes, I mean the very bottom).  Don't forget to enter the sweepstakes before you hop off to the next blog.  Some lucky blog visitor will win a ton of books. The entry form is below the Links to the other Participating Bloggers.  Be sure to enter on every blog you visit.  


But first, a little tour of this blog:

ALittleBitofMiller is the official blog of the intrepid blogger from Miller, Texas.  This blogger, who prefers to remain anonymous, loves to dish up the dirt on his/her fellow Millerites.  So it pays to remember, should you happen to wander through this little, one-traffic light town in East Texas, unlike Vegas what happens in Miller always ends up on ALittleBitofMiller. This blog also features the Carvings by Doyle Allen.

 If you see one you like, you can order it on Etsy (click the link from his page), and Doyle Allen will send it to you.  How cool is that! The stories of the men and women of Miller (Book 1: Kiss Me Senseless 

and Book 2: Kiss Me Stupid




each have their own page and a link to the Amazon site should you choose to purchase one or both.  The new book Book 3: Kiss Me Cross-eyed

will be out soon. Nuff said.
  



There is an author's page if you are interested in learning more about Dee Strawbridge.


  I have added a sample copy of both Kiss Me Senseless (Chapters 1-6) and Book 2: Kiss Me Stupid (Chapters 1-6) These editions are available for $0.99.  I am working on making them free.
Sample Chapters
Sample Chapters


  

  I would love for you to take the time to get to know the men and women of Miller--Alden Adair and Benjamin Black, Chloe Carter and Dean Dillard, and Erlyne Eaton and Finnley Farrell.  Like the rest of us, they are just regular people who struggle with their faith in these trying times.  


When the @the Double D series is finished, there will be 13 books.  So pull up your most comfy chair and plan on sitting a spell.  Their stories will give you hope and assurance that somewhere in this world gone mad there are people who can fall in love without falling into bed, who value their faith even as they struggle with it, and who want a relationship that will last the ages.  IF you do me the honor of reading these stories, I will do you the honor of keeping my stories honest.

Authors, aspiring,best selling or anywhere in-between, if you would like a book review, visit the Rules for Review page.  D L Bodiford selects one book per week to review.  All reviews are posted on this blog, Google Plus, your Amazon book site, Goodreads, Twitter, and Facebook. If there is a reason that Ms. Bodiford feels she cannot give a positive review of any book, I will email you.  

Okay, if you made it this far, I think you deserve a prize.  I will give away 5 autographed copies of Book 1: Kiss Me Senseless.  To be eligible to win a copy, sign up to follow ALittleBitOfMiller by email.  The winners will be selected by drawing at the end of the blog hop and notified by email.  

Keep the faith,

Dee Strawbridge 

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    1. Thanks, Keely. It's more of a stress relief for me than anything. I hope you drop by again.

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  2. Thanks for joining the March Madness blog hop! Happy blogging :-)

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  3. Stopping by to say hello. I hope you've enjoyed the blog hop!

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  4. A 13-book series! What an undertaking! Thanks for joining us in the hop!

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    1. One book at a time, that's my motto. Your welcome. I am happy to support CIR.

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  5. A six-book series nearly finished me off--and I vowed no more longer than three! You're a wonder-woman!

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    1. Wonder-woman, not so much. I figure if I have a goal in mind I will be less likely to give up.

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  6. As a 'pantser' author, the thought of trying to keep tabs on everyone and everything across 13 books just about floors me, :-) Absolutely awesome. Have a wonderful w.end.

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    1. LOL. My desk does look like something out of a criminal investigation bull pen, lots and lots of time lines. I am sure if I mess up, someone will be happy to point it out to me. :)

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