And now, the end is here!
It’s been a feast of Nonfiction which is what November is all about. As well as the first proper frost which has done for my poor Gunnera (I know, I know, I should have covered it) November has been a month of taking stock and trying to finish my own manuscript.
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 that book!
A big thank you to all the bloggers who hosted Nonfiction November as below:
It’s been a feast of potential reads and impossible to choose only a few but I have to choose only a few because I’m not a fast reader. These are the ones I’m hopefully going to be reading over the next few months.
Laura @ Reading in Bed The Copenhagen Trilogy by Tove Ditlevsen
English Pastoral, An Inheritance James Rebanks – Margaret @ Books Please
Maya Dusenbery Doing Harm – Rennie @Whats Nonfiction?
Me by Elton John Kristin @ KristinKravesBooks
Kristin recommends listening to the audiobook version of this as it is narrated by Taron Edgerton who played Elton in the film Rocketman.
And not published until 2022. The Book of Hope by Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams by Diana @ Thoughts on Papyrus
The Woman who Wasn’t There: The True Story of An Incredible Deception by Robin Gaby Fisher anbd Angelo J. Guglielmo Jr. at Christopher from Plucked From the Stacks
I’m excited to read some of these wonderful recommendations. Meanwhile I’m taking a break from nonfiction and reading Frank Herbert’s Dune.
4 responses to “Nonfiction November Week 5: New to my TBR”
I hope you enjoy Dune!
I already am finding it extraordinary and I’m only on page 97😀
A great list, it was fun this year, wasn’t it? I was glad to discover some new bloggers to follow, too!
Thank you. Yes it was great fun and as you say, lovely to find new people to follow.