Nonfiction November comes at a great time in my life. I've been in a major reading slump and think nonfiction might just be the way to climb out.
Nonfiction November is hosted by:
Katie at Doing Dewey
Julz at JulzReads
Rennie at What's Nonfiction
Sarah at Sarah’s Book Shelves
Leann of Shelf Aware
I haven't read very much nonfiction this year but a did read a couple. They were:
This November I "plan" to read the following but it is subject to change :)
Do you plan on reading any nonfiction in November?
Some interesting books! I plan to read more memoirs this monthReplyDelete
I finally finished Renia Spiegel's diary, my review of the book will be on my blog Saturday. I'm done with nonfiction for now, and I'm ready to move on to something light and entertaining.ReplyDelete
I plan to continue with my focus on Biblical hospitality by reading "The Simplest Way to Change the World" and "The Art of Neighboring."ReplyDelete
If you haven't read it, I highly recommend Bob Goff to you. I especially liked Everybody Always.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your favorites. Let's hope your slump ends.
I hope you're able to get round to all the books you hope to in November - happy reading!ReplyDelete
I hope you enjoy your choices for #NonficnovReplyDelete
Drop by to see my picks
Thanks for joining in for Nonfiction November! Good luck with your to-read list :)ReplyDelete