Joining in for another round of Nonfiction November! This week is hosted by Doing Dewey, and the theme is “New to My TBR.” Because my virtual TBR list grows much more quickly than my physical TBR stack, I’m going to share a few of the nonfiction books I have recently added on Goodreads. Unless otherwise noted, I don’t own copies of these, they just look like titles I would like to read!
Top 7 Recent Nonfiction Additions to My TBR List
- How to Break Up With Your Phone: The 30-Day Plan to Take Back Your Life by Catherine Price
- I heard about this from fellow blogger Ashley at Tiny Navajo Reads!
- Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas
- I found out about this one through a Goodreads giveaway. Bonhoeffer is a fascinating person who I would like to learn more about, so I’m always on the lookout for books about his life.
- Breaking Bread with the Dead: A Reader’s Guide to a More Tranquil Mind by Alan Jacobs
- This book was randomly advertised on my library’s website and I thought it sounded good, especially as a companion to my current morning read The Grace of Enough by Haley Stewart.
- The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction by Justin Whitmel Earley
- I am not certain where I first saw this book – probably a blog linkup somewhere – but I added it as the title reminds me of one of the best nonfiction books I have already read this year: Disruptive Witness by Alan Noble. I’m hopeful this will have content worthy of sharing that association.
- Molly: The True Story of the Amazing Dog Who Rescues Cats by Colin Butcher
- Another Goodreads giveaway find – and this one I actually won!
- Part of Our Lives: A People’s History of the American Public Library by Wayne Wiegand
- I have no idea where this one came from, but it sounds interesting!
- The Mister Rogers Effect by Anita Knight Kuhnley
- This was a blog rec, but I don’t remember who suggested it. Honestly, reading the synopsis of this book sounds like it would be a good thing to read to become a better leader.
What new nonfiction books have you come across, Readers? Are there any you are really looking forward to?
Until the next chapter,