Nonfiction November – New to my TBR

I think this is my favorite prompt of the entire month!

Nonfiction-November-2018It’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.

This was my first year doing Ask the Expert and I’m glad I did – I got so many amazing recommendations from that post alone!  So here’s a bunch of nonfiction by authors from marginalized groups that does not directly relate to their identity:

Here are a couple of other reads that you lovely people put on my radar:

How are you guys doing, here at the end of the month?  Have you read as much nonfiction as you had hoped?  …are you sick of it yet? 😉

12 thoughts on “Nonfiction November – New to my TBR

  1. Michael

    This post is a great resource! I haven’t read all the nonfiction books that were on my TBR for the month, but participating in this helped motivate me enough to finish most of them.

  2. I’ve heard Down Girl is a great one. I started it and it’s a bit on the academic side which means I’ll have to actually focus when I read! Ha! And I’ve picked up The Unwomanly Face of War by Alexievic and have been meaning to read it soon. I’ve heard Chernobyl Diaries is also a great one. Glad you picked up so many great ideas!

    1. Yeah, some books require all of our brain power… and I know that sometimes I don’t have all that much brain power to give! 😉 It’s been a great month!

    1. My TBR is bursting, and that’s not a bad thing, hehe. I’m sure that once I read one Alexievich I’ll be eager to read the rest of her work.

    1. I’m so glad I did Ask the Expert this year – it was my first time and I suspect I’ll select it whenever it’s an option! So many good recs.

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