Nonfiction Friday

May 5, 2017 Uncategorized 12


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!

12 Responses to “Nonfiction Friday”

  1. Valorie Grace Hallinan

    Thank you, as always, for this link-up. I always enjoy looking at this post, I love nonfiction, and your blog is a wealth of information about titles to read.

  2. Paul Cheney

    Hope you’ve had a good week Katie. Finished several non fiction this week, including Swimming with Seals, Strange Labyrinth, The Abundance and Island Home. All great reading
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    • DoingDewey

      Thanks Paul! I hope you’re having a good week too and I’m glad to hear that your reading has been so enjoyable 🙂

  3. TJ @ MyBookStrings

    Thank you for this link-up. I finally picked up some NF again; hopefully, my review of When Books Went to War will go up next week. I also just got The Glass Universe last night for the next NF book club.
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    • DoingDewey

      Awesome! I’m sorry I’ve dropped the ball on Nonfiction Book Club so completely. I found I was in too much of a blog slump to post on specific dates. I also think I might prefer to do something more interactive than discussion questions if I get to where I can revive the book club. I’m still thinking about whether it’s something I can keep with up or not as I get back into blogging more this month 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      How exciting! I’m sorry I never got to posting discussion questions for Evicted, but I hope you enjoyed it if you picked it up.

  4. Catherine

    I did not know this news about Gregory, but it is very exciting! I love her historical fiction so if she can bring the same tension and detail to non-fiction it will be great. Now I’m really curious about the women!
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    • DoingDewey

      I’ve not actually read any of her fiction yet, but I’ve always thought I would like it. I’m even more interested now that she’s writing nonfiction about women in history!