How do you say “good morning” to a woman who single-handedly lassoed together a group of vigilante writers who were already bold enough and obstinate enough to say to the establishment, “Hell no, we won’t go”? Nonnie Jules coaxed them into a force to be reckoned with all in one place called Rave Reviews Book Club (RRBC)!
As the President of RRBC, Nonnie has made it her mission to get her club members the attention, the reviews, and the respect they deserve. She guides the membership to tweet out support, information, and promotion geared to help each of us succeed!
No stranger to the written word, Nonnie has authored and co-authored an assortment of books that are currently for sale on Amazon. Her work is a testament to her own talent as well as to her willingness to collaborate with other writers. Nonnie doesn’t limit herself to a certain genre nor does she ascribe to one style of writing. Ms. Jules is an anomaly! Maybe that’s why the publishing world couldn’t keep her out.
Can a reader have more than one favorite book by an author? Yes, you say! Then let me introduce three of my favorite Nonnie Jules books to you. “If Only There Was Music”, Nonnie’s book of poetry, written in collaboration with Giani Jordan, is a classy, spicy mix of sensual poems! A great read!
But Nonnie can switch it up, as she does with the jaw-dropping page turner, “Daydreams Daughter/Nightmares Friend”. An emotional and brutally honest account of abuse, this fictional novel can be found on Amazon as well.
My final favorite is “Sugarcoatin’ is for Candy & Pacifyin’ is for Kids”. Nonnie has the nerve to say in the title, “Yes I said It.” LOL! This book is a compilation of the many wise tales and the sage advice that she offers in her blog, “Watch Nonnie Write”. In “Sugarcoatin’ is for Candy & Pacifyin’ is for Kids” you’ll find Nonnie’s take on life and how we should be living it, according to her rules. Among the offerings is excellent advice on how to be ‘social media correct’ and there are plenty of memorable sayings that the reader can use as mantras to inspire and encourage.
“Good morning, Ms. Jules! Enjoy!”