Nonfiction November: New to my TBR

Nonfiction November comes to a close with the topic New to My TBR (hosted by Katie at Doing Dewey): 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.

Here are some of the titles I’ve added to my “want to read” list. What’s on yours?

  • Difficult Women – Adventures in Reading, Writing, and Working from Home – “took a series of big fights and showed the women who were involved in them, featuring some huge characters”
  • Apollo’s Arrow mentioned at What’s Nonfiction – “an up-to-the-minute analysis of what’s happened this year, how it compares to past pandemics and plagues, where we’re headed, and what’s important to know about epidemiology as we try to get there.”
  • They Called Us Enemy mentioned at The Book Stop – “Takei’s work is brilliant – it’s moving and yet provided a lot of historical detail I wasn’t aware of, all in the form of a graphic novel.”
  • Know My Name mentioned at Adventures of a Bibliophile – “It’s just another important read to better understand the experiences of women in America, and why society and the government largely fails to protect us. “
  • Dear Life mentioned at BookerTalk – ” In her book she argues that even in the final months, weeks and days of life, there can be moments of joy.”

20 thoughts on “Nonfiction November: New to my TBR

  1. Thanks for the mention Lory! They Called Us Enemy is so good, I hope you enjoy it and the other books as well. Dear Life is another book I’m thinking of reading. And Know My Name is absolutely fantastic.


    1. I just bought They Called Us Enemy as a Christmas present for my son; I’m sure I will enjoy it too. Thanks for adding weight to those other recommendations, I really hope to read them soon.


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