Nonfiction November: New To My TBR

Once again another annual Nonfiction November celebration has come to an end. This year, just as in past years I’m left with a ton of suggestions to add to my ever expanding to be read (TBR) list. This year Katie at Doing Dewey has been kind enough to host the final week of Nonfiction November.

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!

With so many talented bloggers participating in this year’s festivities there’s no shortage of recommendations available. I’m pleased to say I discovered an abundance of promising books, as well as a half dozen or so book blogs I’ll now be actively following.  As a result my TBR has exploded with new titles and who knows when I’ll get around to reading any of these intriguing works of nonfiction. But since they all look great who cares. 

18 thoughts on “Nonfiction November: New To My TBR

  1. I am adding the North Korean defector memoir to my TBR list. I have been obsessed with watching Crashlanding on Me, a Korean Drama that is set in North Korea and it’s made me curious again.

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    • LOL! Would you believe it was just a coincidence? When I took that pic I wasn’t paying attention. Only later I realized I was reading a chapter about the Gospel of Mark, my namesake. Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than clever!

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  2. Wow you have indeed been tempted 🙂 Thanks for the mention re In Order to Live. I’ve now bought Girl With Seven Names having seen that mentioned in a comment – will be interesting to compare the two

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