- Katie at Doing Dewey
- Rennie at What’s Nonfiction?
- Jami at The OC Book Girl
- Christopher at Plucked from the Stacks
- Rebekah at She Seeks Nonfiction
Take a look back at your year of nonfiction and reflect on the following questions – What was your favorite nonfiction read of the year? Do you have a particular topic you’ve been attracted to more this year? What nonfiction book have you recommended the most? What are you hoping to get out of participating in Nonfiction November? (Katie @ Doing Dewey)
This week, pair up a nonfiction book with a fiction title (or another nonfiction). It can be a “If you loved this book, read this!” or just two titles that you think would go well together. Maybe it’s a historical novel, and you’d like to get the real history by reading a nonfiction version of the story. Or pair a book with a podcast, film, or documentary, TV show, etc. on the same topic or stories that pair together. (Rennie @ What’s Nonfiction?)
This week we’re focusing on all the great nonfiction books that almost don’t seem real. A sports biography involving overcoming massive obstacles, a profile on a bizarre scam, a look into the natural wonders in our world — basically, if it makes your jaw drop, you can highlight it for this week’s topic. (Christopher @ Plucked from the Stacks)
One of the greatest things about reading nonfiction is learning all kinds of things about our world which you never would have known without it. There’s the intriguing, the beautiful, the appalling, and the profound. What nonfiction book or books has impacted the way you see the world in a powerful way? Do you think there is one book that everyone needs to read for a better understanding of the world we live in? (Rebekah @ She Seeks Nonfiction)
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. Pro tip: Start this draft post at the beginning of the month, and add to it as your TBR multiplies. (Jaymi @ The OC Book Girl)
* TBR = To Be Read, meaning the list (or stack) of books you hope to read.