Thursday, December 2, 2010

Book Buzz for Bitch, Please!

My first book, Bitch, Please! How Nice Girls Can Succeed in a Bitch's World is coming out in March 2011- but advance reading copies are out-and-about, gaining some early buzz.

I am very proud of this book and of the job that my publicist is doing at Turner Publishing, so I thought I would post a few of the reviews we have gotten back so far. Very exciting!

“Nice girls have self-esteem – more self-esteem, one might dare say, than the bitchy girl; this book will remind you of what you already know you’re worth, and that genuine kindness and self-control will get you much further than profanity, pushiness, and aggression.”
-Elizabeth Weiss McGolerick, Founder of Weiss Words and frequent contributor to

"This is a must read book for any woman that has ever been put down, belittled, made to feel less than they are or inferior by another woman."
- Heather Sands, The Book Reading Gals

"A more than inspirational must-read! After you laugh out loud you will find yourself thinking, "Finally, a thought provoking book exclusively for all the nice girls of the world."
- Danica Stewart, actress & model, regular series lead on the Daytime Emmy nominated show Passions

"Even though "Bitch, Please!" is predominantly a book for women, most of the themes throughout are basic rules for everyone and I caught myself wanting to be a better person."
- Michael Britt, guitarist and songwriter with the multi-platinum recording artist Lonestar

“Megan Munroe states her case well for why being nice can get you more—if you learn how to handle yourself properly. With examples of people in the spotlight and the types of bitchy women that are commonly encountered in all areas of our lives, you’ll learn how to use nice as an advantage. This book is fun, informative and will make you want to stoke your Nice Girl mojo to beat the bitches at their own game.”
- Daylle Deanna Schwartz, author of Nice Girls Can Finish First

"Megan Munroe has written the road map to bitches, along with tools for surviving their conniving. Bitch, Please! explains how to recognize and avoid the bitch bombs while maintaining your niceness. This one's for the girls, and you're going to love it!"
- Alicia King, Songwriter and author of Healing: The Essential Guide to Helping Others Overcome Grief and Loss

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