I’m a little behind on posting this, but I’m excited to be signing up for some great challenges this year! I’ve chosen a few challenges which are genres I read a lot of (nonfiction, historical fiction), but most represent categories I’d really like to read more of. I’m also looking forward to trying out the Reading Challenge tracker plug-in from Creative Whim to track my challenges more easily this year. The challenges I’ll be joining are: Continue reading
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I’m not sure you’ll be as excited about this as I am, but we’re about to talk about STATS! This year, I used a spreadsheet from Nicki at Fyrefly’s Book Blog and it was pretty much the best thing ever. It wasn’t much effort to move my information from goodreads to the spreadsheet and most of the info goodreads doesn’t directly track could still easily be found on their website. Continue reading
We made it everyone! Although I’m sad to be wrapping up Nonfiction November today, I had a fantastic time and I hope you all did too. I always love seeing nonfiction reviews from other book bloggers, so reading everyone’s posts and reviews this month was a real joy for me. This past week, we topped off our month long celebration of nonfiction with a look back at all the books we added to our to-read lists throughout the month. Like Kim said for the first week, recapping everything from every post would be overwhelming, so below I’m going to share with you one book each blogger added to their TBR. Continue reading
Welcome to week 4 of Nonfiction November! I don’t know about you, but for me, the month has gone by faster than I would have believed possible. I’ve loved seeing everyone’s discussions and nonfiction reviews and I hope you’ve all been having a good time too. This week, we’re going to share the nonfiction books we’ve discovered through other blogger’s posts this month and hopefully set ourselves up for some more great nonfiction throughout the next year. This week’s topic is: New to My TBR: 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! Here are some of the books I’ve discovered:
I received a free trial of Anne Knows Books in exchange for my feedback and honest review.
When I was invited to a free trial of Anne Knows Books, I was intrigued. The idea of having someone take the time to learn your tastes in books and recommend books for you personally seemed very fun and kind of decadent to me. Honestly, it’s not a service I would have tried had I not been offered a free trial. I have a very hard time saying no to ARCs, so I typically accept as many as I can, which means paying to have another book to read every month didn’t sound like something I needed. However, I enjoyed the service enough that I’d like to share it with you since I think some of you might really enjoy it.