Nonfiction November is Coming!

It's the most wonderful time of year again! Time to celebrate stories filled with facts and footnotes, truth being stranger than fiction, and very, very long subtitles. That's right: Nonfiction November is coming! Here's the lineup for this year: Week 1: (Oct 31-Nov 4) – Your Year in Nonfiction: Take a look back at your... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November Week 5: New to My TBR

Last week of Nonfiction November already? Say it ain't so but it is in fact so! Jaymi is our host this week and here's our prompt: It’s been a month full of amazing nonfiction books! Which ones have made it onto your TBR? Be sure to link back to the original blogger who posted about... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November Week 4: Stranger Than Fiction

Nonfiction November continues to fly by! I've been very excited for this week's prompt, courtesy of Christopher at Plucked from the Stacks: Week 4: (November 22-26) – Stranger Than Fiction with Christopher at Plucked from the Stacks: This week we’re focusing on all the great nonfiction books that *almost* don’t seem real. A sports biography involving overcoming massive... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November is Coming!

Apologies for the slightly later-than-unusual announcement this year, but: life. Little delay aside, I've got the very best news: Nonfiction November is happening again this year! We not only have some wonderful new nonfiction-loving hosts to introduce, but we have a new topic plus five whole weeks planned this year. Not to mention all-new Instagram... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction November Wrap-Up

To end Nonfiction November this year, Julie, Katie and I recorded an episode of Leann's Shelf Aware podcast. We talked Nonfiction November history, reading preferences, and a bunch of other stuff. It was so much fun to get to chat about books with my fellow hosts and I hope it's fun to listen to! I... Continue Reading →

Medical Nonfiction for Lay Readers

There was a time I didn't want to read one word about bodies or medicine, but maybe because of developing chronic health issues myself, or again living in the US uninsured, but as I mentioned in my first Nonfiction November post, I've been drawn to medical-related nonfiction lately. Here are three targeted at lay readers... Continue Reading →

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