Nonfiction November- New to my TBR
Thanks to all the bloggers that hosted Nonfiction November this year. This week I am linking up with Lory at Emerald City Book Review to share the New to my To Be Read list that others have shared during November. Here are the top 4 that I have added.
Midnight in Mexico- by Alfredo Corchado recommended by Iliana at Bookgirl's Nightstand. This book of a journalist in Mexico and the political climate sounds like one I would love.
Into Thin Air- by Jon Krakauer was on the Nonfiction November favorite's page of Angela @ Musings of a Literary Wanderer. I can't believe I haven't read this book before, but this is the reminder I need and its now on my TBR list.
Why the Caged Bird Sings- by Maya Angelou is a favorite of Ceri @ Bookmarks and Postcards and is one I know I need to read. I haven't read much about the conflicts in the south in the 1930s and this memoir from Maya Angelou will help me learn and understand the struggles.
The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women- by Kate Moore Mentioned as a 5 star read by Kim@ Time 2 Read. I also saw this book on the favorites list at Curiosity Killed the Bookworm. This book has caught my eye before, but then I saw it on sale at Audible. I think it is the sign I need to buy it and listen to it!
What I learned was just how many Nonfiction books are out there that I have never heard of. It was fun to see how some people loved memoirs (like me) and others avoided them for more informative nonfiction.
** I have tried to link the books back to the blogger that mentioned them, but I apologize if I have made an error or missed anyone!
Yay, hope you love Into Thin Air!ReplyDelete
I'm glad I found it on your blog! Thank you!Delete
Into Thin Air is great! Hope you love it.ReplyDelete
Great! Glad to hear another fan of the book!Delete
The Radium Girls sound quite interesting. Here is my post: https://wordsandpeace.com/2017/11/28/top-ten-books-on-my-winter-tbr/ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting! I will check out your blog!Delete
Yay so glad you added Midnight In Mexico to your list. As I don't read a lot of nonfiction this has been a great way to learn more about nonfiction titles and of course add a lot more books to my radar!ReplyDelete
Thank you for putting in your Nonfiction November post so I could stumble upon it! I agree it has been fun to find new books.Delete
I'll add to the recommendations of Radium Girls! My book club read it last month and it led to some great discussion :)ReplyDelete
Sorry, I know this is an old post but I just stumbled across it and had to stick my oar in ;)ReplyDelete
I LOVED The Radium Girls. I think it might be my favourite book of the year and I haven't been able to get it out of my head since I read it. Definitely pick it up! :)