Nonnie Jules
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What is your blog name?
WATCH NONNIE WRITE!
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http://nonniewrites.wordpress.com
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NONNIE'S BOOK STORE
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http://nonniejules
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http://nonniesbookstore.com
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Mom of two awesome daughters. Wife, Author, pet lover, avid reader, loyal friend
What is your blogging philosophy?
Write what u love and what you're passionate about.
I have been blogging since...
2008

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At 6:04am on October 7, 2013, Mëlissa Bakër said…

Thanks for your friendship Nonnie! On my way to your blog now!

 
 
 

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