Nonfiction November Week 4: New To My TBR

November 24, 2014 Uncategorized 30

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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 originally forgot to include a link-up! I’ve added one and will go back and add links people have shared in the comments tonight.


30 Responses to “Nonfiction November Week 4: New To My TBR”

    • DoingDewey

      I definitely think it can be interesting topic, whatever your decision yourself! I’m looking forward most to hearing about people who don’t want to have children, because that seems to be the more unusual and therefore more questioned decision, but I’m interested in hearing about the things that motivate people to have children too 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      *kidsfree fistbump* indeed! I don’t have anything against kids, but I do wish people with kids wouldn’t so often act like it’s strange not to want them!

    • DoingDewey

      I love technology so I’m surprised I haven’t read more nonfiction about it. The Innovators sounds like a good one toO!

    • DoingDewey

      How crazy! I’m not sure if “how cool” would be the right response or not, but I definitely think it’s awesome that you know so much about your family history.

  1. Karen C.

    Awesome list of recommendations. I find myself really enjoying memoirs best. My favorite would have to be “Don’t Stop Dreaming” by the renowned physician-scientist, Dr. Russel Tomar ( What a powerful read this was! I remember when AIDS first started to hit the mainstream media and it seemed to come out of nowhere. This book offers a first hand account from someone who was right in the middle of the tragic start of the AIDS epidemic. The author shares his struggle with finding a cure as well as trying to understand the cause and treatment of the disease. A very emotional and engaging book. I highly recommend

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