Authorpreneur, Nonnie Jules – #RRBC #RWISA @NonnieJules

Nonnie (aka Wonder Woman) has been super busy organizing the 5th Annual #RRBC Writers’ Conference & Book Expo (a super-duper virtual literary event!!!!), so a group of us decided we would shine the spotlight on Nonnie.

Please support an author who gives tirelessly and selflessly (on steroids!) to other authors every day of the year. So, as well as sharing our posts & tweets, please buy her books, and post your honest reviews.

#RRBC and #RWISA – Let’s make some NONNIE NOISE!!!!


“As a writer who values the (polished) written word, it is my mission to help my fellow authors understand that their reputation as a writer should be treated as a rare treasure and that the only way to be taken seriously in this business, is to ensure that your writing (no matter the forum) is impeccably written and well-edited.”

RRBC Author Page

You can find Nonnie’s books listed under the following categories in the RRBC Catalog:



Parenting & Relationships


Short Story

Latest Release: No Pedigree

Growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, Baylee never quite fit in…anywhere. She was taunted and teased because her clothes had no designer labels, and spit upon because her only pair of shoes had holes in the bottom. The butt of many jokes, she was excluded from all social activities, sneered at by the parents of her peers after school as she waited for the bus, watching them drive away in their fancy cars; assaulted in the most unthinkable fashion.

Having been born to a white father and a black native American mother didn’t make things any easier. In fact, that circumstance made her life ten times harder – until the day she made them all stand up, take notice, and regret every ugly word and deed they had inflicted upon her.



This is a short story that addresses a social crisis that still plagues us. Racism has never gone away in the United States, and in fact, over the past four years, has escalated. This short story shines a light on that hard subject. When a beautiful girl of mixed race is forced to attend an all-white up-scale school, she is shunned by everyone but one girl. So, when the most popular boy in school shows an interest in her, she has no idea of his motives. The story is well-told and the best part was the ending. Satisfying is not a strong enough word to describe the ending. This book is inspiring because in real life we all know that the good guy does not always win. I highly recommend that every teenager in America be required to read this story.

RWISA Author Page

Watch out for Wonder-Jules truth lasso!

Social Media Links

Contact via:


Twitter:  @nonniejules & @AskTheGoodMommy



Books By Nonnie

Watch Nonnie Write!

Ask The Good Mommy


#RRBC #RWISA Thanks for supporting author, Nonnie Jules!

39 thoughts on “Authorpreneur, Nonnie Jules – #RRBC #RWISA @NonnieJules

  1. I’m delighted to see Nonnie receive this much deserved attention and praise for her vision, wisdom and determination in creating RRBC, RWISA and 4Wills Publishing. We all are so very appreciative of her tireless efforts and sacrifices made to ensure the high standards of these literary entities. Thank you, Nonnie.
    Jan, thanks for the beautiful tribute you have designed for our enterprising leader.

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  2. This is a deservingly warm tribute to Nonnie, and a thank you for all she does for the members of Rave Reviews Book Club! Thanks so much for sharing it with us today, Jan.

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  3. Oh, my gosh! Thanks, Jan! What a nice surprise! How awesome of you. I’m humbled at this kind gesture. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Someone sent me a text and said I should jump online immediately. Of course, I expected something awful because they made it sound scary, but, I’m happy to find your post. You’re so appreciated. Thanks, so much, once again, and thanks to all of you who left such kind comments. I’m busy with conference but if I had the time, I’d respond to each of you individually!


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