Book Spotlight — My First Rodeo

7 Aug

Book surprises show up in my mailbox periodically, and I am always thrilled! I am also bummed because my reading schedule is packed and I cannot get to the new additions in a timely fashion. That’s where book spotlights come in. My First Rodeo by Stoney Stamper is one of those books — it looks great and needs to be brought to your attention. Please take some time to read the blurb and the author bio. This may be the perfect book for a special dad in your life. I’m giving it to my youngest son who will soon become a first time dad.

My First Rodeo is a heartwarming collection of stories that reveal the ups, downs, and delights of being a family man, from a guy who never dreamed of being one.

Happily unmarried with no desire for a change in status, Stoney Stamper met a beautiful lady with two daughters, and to his surprise fell head over boots in love. At the encouragement of family and friends, he decided to chronicle his new life and created the popular blog — The Daddy Diaries. My First Rodeo will inspire those just starting out with families to hang in there, they can do it. And for those well beyond the child raising years, it will be a poignant reminder of the enduring goodness of family.

To purchase this book, click HERE.

Stoney Stamper is the owner of TDD Media, LLC and the author of the popular parenting blog – The Daddy Diaries. He attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, followed by Oklahoma State University. His wife, April, is a successful photographer and an accomplished chicken farmer. They have three daughters: Abby, Emma, and Gracee. After living for a time in East Texas, the Stampers have recently moved to Perkins, Oklahoma, to be close to their families. Stoney was born and raised on a large Quarter Horse ranch in Locust Grove, OK, and he and his girls continue his family tradition, remaining heavily involved in agriculture and raising and showing a variety of animals.


One Response to “Book Spotlight — My First Rodeo”

  1. carhicks August 9, 2019 at 6:36 pm #

    I always love book mail. Lucky you.

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