Nonfiction November – New to My TBR

I can’t believe that it’s the end of November already! Not only are we thisclose to Christmas, but it’s the end of Nonfiction November, a month-long celebration of all things nonfiction hosted by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey), and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). A huge thank you to all of you that hosted and work to make this event such a success every year! I’m already looking forward to November 2019 (even though I will be back at work – boo).

For this last week, Katie @ Doing Dewey is hosting the final prompt:

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!

Reading through so many great posts, getting to chat with a bunch of nonfiction lovers, my instinct was to add ALL the books to my TBR. But, I actually want to read some of these by the time this event rolls around next year so I’ve had to be selective. Here are the ones I actually wrote down with links to the blogger who sold me on it.

And every single book on this Janeite list from I’d Rather Be At Pemberley

So that’s that! Thank you to every one of you that participated this year – it’s always so much more fun when lots of people get into it.

13 thoughts on “Nonfiction November – New to My TBR

  1. Thanks so much for the links. I hope you enjoy all that nonfiction reading. (Are you saving most for next year?)

  2. So many good ones, glad and I could give you some ideas too! I had to be selective with mine too but I was only partly successful in that. The Boys in the Boat is one I keep going back and forth on but people rave about it!

    • I’m taking a little extra unpaid, but yes. The government will pay 55% of my salary for 12 or 18 months (same amount of money, different schedule) and some employers will top that up – mine’s at 75%. I owe them a year when I get back though to pay the top up back. I can take an additional six months unpaid, no benefits. I’m taking the summer because who wants to go back to work for summer??
      If you read it before me, report back!

  3. What a great way of looking at it, choosing fewer titles with an increased intention of reading them. I should have thought of that. *grins* (Also, i hope you find the Stryker volume interesting. It’s definitely worthwhile, at least. Thanks for linking!)

  4. I make no hyperbole when I say NOMADLAND changed my life. I’m a much different Amazon shopper because of that book than I was before.

    The Library Book is also at the top of my TBR.

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