Monday, November 23, 2020

Nonfiction November 2020: New To My TBR!

 

I can't believe we've already come to the end of Nonfiction November 2020!  This final week is hosted by Katie at Doing Dewey and is a chance to show off all the books we've added to our TBR this month.  Thank you to everyone who recommended and shared so many wonderful nonfiction titles!










32 comments:

  1. Glad I could give you a recommendation! Thanks so much for joining in!

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    1. Thanks for hosting! I always enjoy participating!

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  2. I hope you enjoy them all! I also want to read Sorry I’m Late because that title pretty much sums up my life.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  3. Awesome! Tune in to our Podcast next week, Rennie and I talk about Robert K. Massie...

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  4. I'm glad my recommendations made it on your post! :D

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  5. Lots of great titles, I especially think of the 2 books on Russia!

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  6. So glad you took a recommendation...that's still a book on my own TBR! Hopefully I'll finally get to it in 2021!

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  7. So many good suggestions! Space Race looks really interesting to me.

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  8. I’ve read some of Nicholas & Alexandra but have yet to finish it. I’ve always been fascinated by the Romanovs.

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    1. Yes, they are close behind the Tudors for me!

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  9. Every time I see Sorry I'm Late, I nod and agree, because it pretty much sums up my feelings on people-ing.

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  10. These all look good but the one that really catches my eye is The Woman Who Would Be King. My husband and I were fortunate to visit Egypt in 2018 and we were amazed both by her temple and by how very thoroughly any reference to her was erased in other places. I'll look for it too!

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  11. Looks like you got some great recs! I'm definitely intrigued by Sorry I'm Late myself :)

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  12. Superb list, I’m looking forward to Sorry I’m Late!

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  13. Ooo Angela, this is a great list of new non-fictions for you to check out. I particularly love the sound of Egyptian and Romanov ones! I also can't believe how quick this great event has gone. 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Jessica! I know, it always goes so fast!

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  14. Madame Foucard was one I bought last year as a result of non fiction Nov. Yet to read it though (guilty feelings now)

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  15. Thanks for sharing your NonFicNov TBR additions

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