Being Kind In An Unkind World

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A compilation of various ways of doing nice things for random people. More
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About BS Johnson

I am a small town Georgia girl. I've been writing poetry , short stories and non-fiction since I was very young. Throughout school, I won multiple spelling bees, and always excelled in English.
I am a mother to 3, and grandmother to 4!! (I started at a young age, so I'm not your typical Granny!)
I love the outdoors, spending time with family, curling up to a movie or good ebook, or having family game night at the kitchen table.
I have two books in print as of this writing. The first is Maters, Taters & Grits. It's a short non-fiction about life in the South, with a hint of comedy and "redneck-ism". The second is Rhymes From Darker Times, and is a book of poetry taken from notebooks out of my past. If you're looking for sweet, sunshine-y poems, then this poetry book is not for you. :)
I currently (as of 2015) have a couple things in progress, but don't know when I am going to be publishing anything yet. My hopes is to possibly have one out later this year, and since I am OBSESSED with sunsets, there may be a picture book in my future!

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Review by: debb lavoie on Dec. 21, 2013 :
Paying it forward is a phrase I first heard on Oprah’s daytime show.
It’s time to go back to the days when no one even though twice, we opened the doors, we gave our chair to the elderly; these acts of kindness were part of our culture. Start small, and before you know it, you too will be paying it forward. In BS Johnson’s book she breaks down this small kindness’ and gives ideas on how to make them happen. This book is a quick read, and will leave you with a nice warm fuzzy feeling. Be part of a better world, do small acts of kindness.
This book is free on Smashwords.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Review by: John Miller on Oct. 30, 2013 :
I really enjoyed reading this short story. I myself have shown a few acts of kindness. I have held open the door and got something down from the tops shelf. I also have pushed a few cars and given jump starts to people with dead batteries. Does this make me a better person? In today’s society we have forgotten the little things in life and are to buys dealing with our own problems to stop and take that extra moment for others. It’s a shame that those individuals are the ones needing the help. So, are they passing on what Miss Johnson is talking about in this story? I think everyone should take the time to read this and ask themselves if they are. I think the world would be a better place if people just stopped and ask? “Maybe this could be me next time.”
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Review by: K. C. Boone, MSFE on March 18, 2013 :
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Review by: Nancy Wright on Dec. 2, 2012 : (no rating)
What an inspiration!! This helps me to know various ways that i can pay it forward without breaking the bank. Sometimes, time is more valuable than a dollar. Thank you for the ideas and thoughts. I will certainly use this in my day to day life. Keep up the good work! God bless!
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Review by: Jamie Wessinger on Nov. 26, 2012 : (no rating)
This book is FAB!!! I think younger generations in this world needs this book to learn more about manners and kindness as many people have lost their ways to teach this to kids.
5***** to BS Johnson for this book.
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