You may want to try thinking like a dog. Gentle nibbles are usually OK, but when puppies play bite too hard, the guy on the receiving ends lets out a yelp and stops playing. When your puppy bites you, make like an actor: Let out a high pitched yip, say "No Bite" in a stern voice, then withdraw your attention for about five minutes. You may have to employ this method a few times before she gets the point, or become a better actor. Don't be overly loud, though, or you might scare her. Once she understands that biting is not an acceptable behavior, you might try putting a little chicken stock on your hands to get her to lick you.
Puppies, like babies, explore with their mouths, which means anything is fair game as far as chewing is concerned. To teach her not to chew on your shoes, clothing, the bed, couch, etc., etc., etc., say something like "No chew," and immediately replace the item with something she is allowed to chew on. There are plenty of good chew toys made for puppies, you just have to find a few that she really likes and strew them around the house in places where she might be tempted to chew on something you don't want shredded. When she starts to chew on the replacement, praise her. You also might consider making a toy box, which you can fill with some of her toys. Teach her the name of the box and let her know that all the wonderful things in the box are hers. Praise her whenever she takes anything out of it and reward her by making a game out of "find it" by putting a favorite toy, or even a treat, down at the bottom of the box.