Monday, November 25, 2019

Nonfiction November 2019: New To My TBR!


I can't believe it's already the last week of Nonfiction November!  I've had a fantastic month of reading - I've finished seven nonfiction books and still have a couple more going!  This final week is hosted by Rennie at What's Nonfiction? and it's a good one - a recap of all the new books we've added to our TBRs.  I managed to add 13 books to my TBR, which is wonderful because my list was getting a little light on nonfiction.  Here are the books I've added and the bloggers I got the recommendations from:

 

 

 





 



Thanks, everyone!
 

40 comments:

  1. Oh gosh, If I don't make it, I love you -- just breaks my heart.

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  2. Five Days in November sounds really interesting! I love all things Kenendys, so I'll have to check that one out.

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    1. Me, too, I'm reading a book about Jackie right now!

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  3. I hope you love all these! Nonfiction November is terrible for my TBR. I just picked up a copy of The Residence because I kept seeing it on blogs.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. OMG, it's so good - just the stories and facts, I couldn't stop reading it!

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  4. So glad I helped you with one book on France.
    84, Charing Cross Road, and its sequel, are fabulous.
    Here are the books I added: https://wordsandpeace.com/2019/11/25/nonfiction-november-2019-new-on-my-tbr/

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  5. I'm happy to see that I added a few to your TBR; you certainly added some to mine! I've really enjoyed Nonfiction November this year.

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  6. Fantastic. Thanks so much for participating!

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  7. Romanov Sisters (the documentary has been on Youtube) and 84 Charing Cross Road are both very, very good. I love anything by David McCullough, too.

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    1. I've actually never read David McCullough - I feel bad even admitting that!

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  8. 84 Charing Cross Road is utterly delightful - you'll love it I'm sure :-)

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  9. I think Five Days in Novmber would be a good one. Enjoy!

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  10. I haven't read any of these, but The Wave looks super interesting. I hope you enjoy these!

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    1. Thanks, Tracy! I feel like that's going to scare me from going in the ocean ever again.

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  11. It's crazy how many great options for nonfiction there are. Just looking at your list has upped my already large nonfiction TBR list!

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  12. This is a great looking list! I am so excited that you added Wide-Open World; I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Thanks for mentioning me. :)

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  13. Hope you enjoy your new reads :D lots of interesting options up there!

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  14. The Romanov Sisters! I want that one! :D

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  15. Glad to hear you got so much nonfiction reading done this month and it looks like you've added some pretty interesting new titles as well. Five Days in November definitely caught my eye as I was scrolling through your list.

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  16. I’ve read The Romanov Sisters but I want to read them alllll!

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  17. My TBR is light on the nonfiction too! I'm definitely going to add some of these!

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  18. These all sound so good! Every year, I find that hearing what everyone else has added to their to-read piles, adds even more books to mine :)

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  19. I hope you find If I Don’t Make It, I Love you a worthy read. Thanks for sharing your additions

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  20. A few bloggers are adding 84 Charing Cross road this year - its fabulous. I'm curious about Inheritance - was tempted to put it on my own list ....

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    1. I've been seeing Inheritance around a lot, so I figured it must be worth the read!

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