Nonfiction Friday

February 12, 2016 Uncategorized 18


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

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18 Responses to “Nonfiction Friday”

  1. Kim @Time2Read

    I think I’m going to have to quit reading your blog! My TBR gets longer and longer! LOL!

    Actually, I wanted to tell you about a book I just saw, Sounds and Sweet Airs: The Forgotten Women of Classical Music. It is, as it implies, about the neglected achievement of women in the world of music. It seems to go along well with ‘Headstrong’.

    • DoingDewey

      Haha, oh no! Don’t do that 🙂 Sounds and Sweet Airs does sound like a great complement to Headstrong. Thanks for the recommendation!

  2. Joy Weese Moll

    I learned a little about the Irish peace process from the novel TransAtlantic by Colum McCann — a nonfiction account would be even better!

    To fit with your books for women, I came across this list this week, Eight Books and Articles White Feminists Should Read for Black History Month: I’ve read some of the books, but none of the articles, so I’m going to work on that list. I’ll add your lists, too! Thanks!

    • DoingDewey

      Thanks for the book recommendation list! I’ve not read any of the books or articles on the list, but I’ll at least be checking out the articles.

  3. Vicki

    Thanks for tweeting my link. I was going to join in today but my son had surgery and everything else flew out of my head last night.

  4. Jorie

    Hallo, Hallo Katie!

    Thanks for your comment on behalf of “Remarkable Minds & Magnificent Minds” from last Friday’s Non-Fiction blog share! I am going back through the linky this weekend as my week blinked off the clock too quickly for me to see what everyone else had read and was posting about! This week, I decided to share with you two different non-fiction reviews; one I had forgotten to link in November and the second one is a delayed reading of mine from a blog tour in December! Both of them are inspiring due to the writers who penned them, as one is about war and the other is a woman’s journey towards walking in faith.

    • DoingDewey

      Thanks for sharing your reviews! I love seeing what everyone has shared, but it takes me a while to get to all the links too. Especially this week, I’m visiting my husband and so I’m doing a lot less blogging 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      I haven’t read any other books in this series, but I read a book that I think is probably similar, called The Time Traveler’s Guide to Elizabethan England and I really liked learning about the details of daily life.

  5. Shay

    I am also excited for How to be a Tudor coming out, and I am at the top of the library holds queue so I should be getting it as soon as it arrives!

    • DoingDewey

      Hey, that’s awesome! I look forward to hearing about it from you. I’ve not yet figured out how my library’s hold system for new books work and when they switch to you being able to put a hold on them, but I’d like to.

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