#NonficNov – New To My TBR

November 27, 2017 Uncategorized 10

This week, we’re having our traditional wrap-up discussion for Nonfiction November, talking about all the exciting books this event has added to our to-read list. I’ve tried to keep it to just a few! This week’s discussion will be hosted by Lory at Emerald City Book Review, so be sure to visit her blog to link-up your answer to this weeks discussion question.

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!

  • After reading about Ottavia at Novels and Nonfiction‘s favorites, I had to add the books I hadn’t read from the favorite topics we share – Ghost Map from the books on medical investigations and Catherine the Great from the books on memorable royal women
  • Lindsey of Literary Lindsey‘s review of American Fire convinced me to add this book to my to-read list.
  • I’ve not yet read Eric Larson’s Thunderstruck, but I’m planning to after it came up in the discussion of favorites for both Angela at Musings of a Literary Wanderer and Katherine at The Writerly Reader
  • A recommendation in my comments made me add Bellevue, one of Jo Ann at Lakeside Musing‘s favorite reads of the year, to my list

And that’s not even mentioning all the great blogs I’ve added to my feed-reader! Thanks so much to everyone who’s joined in for the awesome month of nonfiction fun 🙂


10 Responses to “#NonficNov – New To My TBR”

  1. Heather

    I’ve added quite a few from all those I’ve read about but I can’t remember from where. I’ll have to see what I can do. Thanks again for helping to host this year. It was a success!

  2. iliana

    Bellevue also ended up on my list. I still need to visit more Nonfiction November participants to get more recommendations. This has been a great way to get ideas especially for someone like me who doesn’t read a lot of nonfiction. Thanks so much for hosting!

  3. TJ @ MyBookStrings

    I actually just finished reading Ghost Map. I think you’ll enjoy it; I learned so much interesting stuff. Some of it will come in handy if I ever find myself wanting to end a conversation. What better topic than London’s non-existent sewer system in Victorian times? 😉 Thanks for hosting another great month of nonfiction!

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