Non-Fiction Friday

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Non-Fiction Friday is a link-up where you can find all of the awesome non-fiction happenings of the week. Be sure to link-up your non-fiction posts too!

  • I’m so glad this professor is encouraging more people to write creative non-fiction (aka narrative non-fiction) because I want to read more :)
  • Speaking of creative non-fiction, just the description of this book of essays on the topic raises some fascinating questions!
  • I was surprised to see that tumblr has some pretty interesting non-fiction related content! Now if only I were better at using tumblr…
  • This week, these are some of the exciting new releases:
    • The Extreme Life of the Sea
    • It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens
    • Cured: How the Berlin Patients Defeated HIV and Forever Changed Medical Science
    • Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War
    • Quantum Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum
    • Blood Royal: A True Tale of Crime and Detection in Medieval Paris

 

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  1. Monika @ Lovely Bookshelf

    I just started my Tumblr, so I’m excited about that link. And I looooove narrative non-fiction. :)
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  2. Sophie

    I fail at tumblr, and I don’t even know how to navigate through that link you provided, haha. D:

    Cured looks awesome! I’ve heard about Nathalia Holt’s research, and it seems to be a pretty controversial topic in the scientific community. Looking forward to reading this – thanks for sharing!
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    • Hmm, today the posts that come up for non-fiction on tumblr seem to include a lot of people writing non-fiction posts themselves, so I think the way I linked might not have been the best way to do it anyway… I’m really not good at tumblr either!

      I hadn’t heard about Nathalia Holt’s research, but I can’t believe I missed it! If it’s true, what a big deal! I’m excited to read more about it so I can form my own opinion on whether or not her research makes sense :)

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