#NonficNov: New To My TBR

November 22, 2020 Uncategorized 43

As always, I’m sad Nonfiction November is coming to a close, but I’m thrilled to host our last discussion prompt. Thanks so much to all of you who’ve participated! I’ve had more time to read posts this year and I’ve loved hearing from all of you. Don’t forget to visit the other hosts before we wrap up – Rennie at What’s Nonfiction, Julie at Julz Reads, and Leann of Shelf Aware. Thanks to them for making this event possible! This week you can link-up your responses at the end of my post. The prompt 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!

As always, I’ve added almost too many books to list to my to-read pile this month! I’ve decided to focus in some posts that led me to add a bunch of fascinating books all at once!

What books have you added to your TBR this month? Share them below, then go see what everyone else has added, so you can add that too :p

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43 Responses to “#NonficNov: New To My TBR”

  1. Liz Dexter

    I’ve only added a few this year, slightly weirdly, though I have mightily enjoyed reading lots of post and have added two or three new blogs to my reader. Thank you for hosting and for mentioning my birdwatching books!

    • DoingDewey

      Haha, I admire your restraint! I tried to limit my additions, but I always find that hard with this event. Thanks for your birdwatching recommendations!

  2. Molly

    I look forward to this post everyday (because it turns immediately into my Christmas wish list) but it also makes me sad because it means NonFiction November is over. Le sigh. Thank you for co-hosting!

  3. Helen C Murdoch

    I love seeing what nonfiction everyone is adding to their TBR lists. I need to go through mine and see what I can come up with. Unfortunately, I always forget to keep track of who recommended each one.

    • DoingDewey

      I think this is only the second year that I’ve remembered to track as I go instead of having to go back at the end! I’ll try to remind people earlier on next year.

  4. Lory

    I also added only a few titles to my “official” TBR, but I know all the good books I read about will percolate in my mind and some of them might make it into my reading at some point too. Thanks again for hosting, it was a great month (from the reading point of view, anyway).

    • DoingDewey

      I suspect the same thing will happen for me too! I tried to limit my TBR additions, but I definitely get excited about books as I see them around more and will find myself randomly picking them up at the library later. I’m glad to hear you had a good reading month. Thanks for joining in πŸ˜€

  5. Lisa notes

    This is my 2nd year participating in Nonfiction November and I loved it as much this year as last year! It’s always enlightening to see what others are reading and to pick up some new books as a result. Thanks so much for being one of our hosts.

    • DoingDewey

      I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed it again this year! I love seeing what everyone else is reading during this month as well. Thank you for joining in πŸ™‚

    • DoingDewey

      As I’ve gotten more interested in politics, I’ve become much more aware of the corrupting influence of money and I’m hoping that if enough small donors band together, we can start to combat that to some extent, so I think those all seem like very important reads! Thank you for helping to host and to make this such a great month πŸ™‚

  6. Eva @ The Paperback Princess

    Thanks for including my posts! I’m glad you found some stuff that you wanted to read there!

    Books on books posts are always a weakness of mine. And I want to read pretty much everything Rennie ever talks about!

    • DoingDewey

      Oh my gosh, I think I found the most books to read in your posts! We seem to have highly overlapping subject interests and yet somehow I’ve not gotten to many of the books that you were talking about.

      Books on books are always so hard to resist! And Rennie’s been responsible for recommending a number of books I’ve read this year too πŸ™‚

    • DoingDewey

      I have to admit that I haven’t actually procured most of the books I’ve added to my to-read list, just marked them on goodreads. Unfortunately, that does make it less likely I’ll get to reading them in a timely fashion!

      I’m glad you had fun this month. Thanks so much for joining in πŸ™‚

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