If Every Month Were June

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Fulcrum Publishing, 2008 - Fiction - 213 pages
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"Hooter Pridley didn't stand a chance. One look at "Miss June" Trixie Foxalot, posing seductively in her lime green bikini with a torque wrench, and he was smitten. His destiny was clear, or as clear as it gets for "a water bug skittering the surface of thought." Thus Hooter begins a redneck odyssey, leaving mountainless Sterling, Colorado, to search for the calendar girl of his dreams. On the way to L.A., he meets a number of memorable characters and gets himself in and out of sticky situations, relying on his folksy wisdom and plucky spirit to propel him along"--Publisher description.

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One of the most well-known columnists and radio personalities in the Dakotas, Tony Bender gained national recognition in 2001 and 2002 when he was awarded a first-place prize for humor writing by the National Newspaper Association. Bender has published three column collections: Loons in the Kitchen, The Great and Mighty Da-Da, and Prairie Beat.

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