Monday, November 9, 2020

Nonfiction November 2020: Fiction/Nonfiction Book Pairings

 
It's Week 2 of Nonfiction November (this week is hosted by JulzReads), and this is my favorite week of the entire event - fiction/nonfiction book pairings!  I love pairing books like this throughout the year.  Here are the ones I've done this year:

 
 
 
 

 

42 comments:

  1. I'm picking up The Season because I have been reading Georgette Heyer lately, so this felt like a good backstory. And I love deGrasse too (incl. his show at The NY Natural History Museum), so glad to see his mention here.

    Happy NFN! My own post went here: https://lexlingua.co/nonficnov-week2-book-pairings/

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    1. I've really enjoyed deGrasse's last two books!

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  2. Both of those Titanic books are on my TBR list because the Titanic is endlessly fascinating to me.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. Oh, me too! I don't think I will ever get bored reading about it!

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  3. I'd love to read more about the Titanic pairings!

    Here's mine: https://happiestwhenreading.com/2020/11/09/fiction-nonfiction-pairings/

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  4. Ooooh the Titanic edition both look like books I wanna read!

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  5. GREAT variety. Thanks for participating!

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  6. This is always so much fun. When I look back over the year it's fascinating to see the pairs that emerge without my having consciously matched them up.

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    1. I always love looking for those threads, how I can match up the real-life person or situation with a fictionalized version!

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  7. I’ve picked up Lady in Waiting, I read an interview with Anne Glenconner which was fascinating so I’m looking forward to reading the book. Happy reading!

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    1. It was such an interesting read! Thanks, Heather!

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  8. Ooo I just checked out The Deep, I will have to remember your pairing!

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  9. It is a fun topic, though I don't read enough non-fiction to do it. Love your first pairing as I am a fan of Little White Lies. Rebel Belle could have fit there too

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  10. Great post. I always love these kinds of pairings and that debutante pairing is really calling to me, as is the Titanic one.

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  11. I must, must read Light From Other Stars! Great pairings!

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  12. I love your pairings. This post had me looking up several books. The Out of this World Pairing especially caught my eye.

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  13. Nice combos! I like that first one, and The Deep had me intrigued also...

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  14. Great pairings. I love how well the debutante covers work together. The Deep is on my list to read.

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  15. What great pairings! The ones about the Kennedy's caught my eye. They are always fascinating to me.

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  16. Love these pairings! I really want to read Jackie After Jack and Lady in Waiting since I read the fiction counterparts and enjoyed them!

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    1. Thanks, Christina! I hope you enjoy both of those books!

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  17. These pairings are so fun and well-thought-out! The Deep seems very intriguing!

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  18. Ooh I love fiction/nonfiction pairings! The Ship of Dreams is one I still really want to read, as are the Princess Margaret books! Really curious about Light from Other Stars also.

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    1. All great reads! I think you would really enjoy Light From Other Stars!

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  19. The Ship of Dreams with The Deep sounds like a great pairing. I should definitely look for Ship of Dreams.

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  20. I need to add some non-fiction to my reading list! I am always interested in Titanic books. I will have to look for these ones.

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