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Sugarcoatin’ Is For Candy & Pacifyin’ Is For Kids: “Yes, I Said It!”

SUGARCOATIN’ IS FOR CANDY & PACIFYIN’ IS FOR KIDS:

“Yes, I Said It!”

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SYNOPSIS:

Ever have things on your mind that you really want to get off, but you’re afraid you might hurt someone’s feelings? OR, you’re afraid someone just might get upset and BLOW UP at you? Well, NONNIE Jules speaks her mind and tells it like it is and she hopes that after reading this book, you will follow her lead! Her gift to you: A Backbone in a Book!

Author, NONNIE Jules, is sharing her straight-forward, shoot-from-the-hip approach of saying what you mean, and meaning what you say. She has taken some of her most controversial and amusing blog posts and put them together in this one book for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!

REVIEWS:

“Nonnie is my new best friend! (Just kidding–I’ve never met her.) But if we ever meet, I’m certain we would be best friends. She said all the things I’ve been thinking, but said them out loud–wrote them down on a blog–published them in a book. I agreed with everything she said, but a lot of these things I might never have had the courage to say. But since Nonnie Jules believes that sugarcoatin’ is for candy & pacifying is for kids, she just went ahead and told it like it is! Ha, ha!  Encouraging, uplifting, and inspiring! I honestly wasn’t even expecting to like this book, since I don’t read a lot of non-fiction stuff, but this was a quick read and worth the time! “ –  RRBC Club Member

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“While I was reading Nonnie Jules’ “Sugarcoatin’ is for Candy and Pacifyin’ is For Kids”, I felt like a child being schooled. And boy was I schooled good. The funny thing is I am not guilty of the Twitter (or social media) transgressions mentioned in the book. If anything, I am the poster child of good Twitter manners and right conduct.

Then why do I feel guilty of breaking some unspoken rules of social media usage? Because it’s brutally honest and I was just being sympathetic to those at the receiving end. They should be cowering by now.

I agree with many points raised in the book and I’m a little on the fence on some issues. If something’s gotta be said, somebody’s gotta have the guts to say it. And that somebody is Nonnie. Her no-nonsense approach can get to you and get to you it will.” ~ Kindle Ninja

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“This book is a collection of the best posts from Nonnie’s blog. Nonnie tells it as it is, straight talking mixed with inspirational quotes and good advice. She talks about creating a nation full of happy loving people and she is inspired by some great people from her life.

I read this right on the back of a book that was all about creating a better world for our children by turning our world from one of fear to one of hope. I couldn’t believe the serendipity feeling that occurred when I read some of the points in Nonnie’s book. Nonnie even names Pope Francis who had a very closely related character in the book.

Back to Nonnie’s book she has a wonderful quote “A tiny spark ignites a flame, just as a helping hand can do the same.” Nonnie helps others and enjoys doing a good job. She gives plenty of advice to writers and authors about how they can promote their work and she talks about another book she’s written The Good Mommies’ Guide to raising (Almost) Perfect Daughters.

A great writer, this lady deserves your support.” ~ Roses Are Amber

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  1. Great book full of important information. Don’t forget to check out her other amazing books: Daydream’s Daughter, Nightmare’s Friend and The Good Mommies’ Guide to Raising (Almost) Perfect Daughters.

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