Uh-Uh, Daughter, Don’t Even Go There®,
Is a book written from a Christian viewpoint, aiming to help women avoid some pitfalls such as, bad relationships,
substance abuse, suicide, identity crisis, and sexual immaturity.
After reading the book, 13 year old Hannah from Sacramento said, - “My favorite chapters were Chapter 8 - “Don’t Fail to Honor your parents and Chapter 9 - “Don’t live with Unforgiveness”. The reason I like Chapter 8 is because, to tell you the truth, I don’t really honor my parents a lot like I should be doing and that chapter really spoke to me about honoring my parents and to treat them with respect even though they may make me mad some times. I realized, after reading the book, that I should always treat them with respect and honor them. Now chapter nine was about forgiveness and when someone gets me mad, I usually never forgive them, but when I read the book it said if I don’t forgive, God won’t forgive me. So now I know that I must forgive.”
16 year old Payten from Texas said, “I fell in love with Uh-Uh, Daughter, Don’t Even Go There after I read it. My mom wanted me to read the book, but I refused to because I thought it was another book telling her how to discipline me. Me and my mom have been going through some hard times and I felt like she didn’t like me, just as you thought about your mom. When she told me to read it, I straight up told her NO. She didn’t say anything to me again about the book. Then one day while I was waiting for her in the car while she shopped, I noticed the book and picked it up and was drawn in after reading the first chapter, “Don’t Allow Makeup to Create a Different You” spoke to me. Prior to reading the book, I saw myself falling in a trap and I asked God to help me with it. Then He answered my prayer and sent you (well your book - LOL). After reading your book, many of my questions were answered that I couldn’t go to my mom with. I can truly see God makes a way for everything. I just had to let you know that this book positively and greatly affected me and I thank you for it.”
Blue Ink Review
“Uh-Uh, Daughter, Don’t Even Go There is basic and sound advice. But is it effective? Yes and no. Hatcher-Jones’ writing voice is caring and reflective. For girls familiar with preaching-as-teaching, the booklet—with its Bible scriptures, prayers, and discussion questions – will feel familiar and wise. For non-churched girls, however, the author’s style may feel didactic and preachy, more a turn-off than help. Still, to her credit, Hatcher-Jones gives this brief life guide her all. With such passion, if only one girl heeds her sermons, she will make a difference.”