#NonficNov- New To My TBR + Wrap Up

 

It’s the final week of Nonfiction November, hosted by Rennie @ WhatsNonfiction.

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!

Where to start? I’ve added sooo many books to my TBR during this event…

From What’s Nonfiction:

Black Dahlia, Red Rose by Piu Eatwell, The Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber, Playing Dead by Elizabeth Greenwood, All The Remains by Sue Black, Mrs. Sherlock Holmes by Brad Ricca

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From Rather Too Fond of Books:

Trauma by Dr Gordon Turnbull, After the Eclipse by Sarah Perry, The Dark Side of the Mind by Kerry Daynes

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From Still Life, with Cracker Crumbs:

The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey, The Children’s Blizzard by David Laskin

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From Unruly Reader:

Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou, Textbook by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

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From Writerly Reader:

The Man from the Train by Bill James, Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

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From Maphead’s Book Blog:

Running the Books by Avi Steinberg, A Thousand Lives by Julie Scheers

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Haben by Haben Girma from Based On A True Story

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Gottlieb from Readerbuzz

My Glory Was I Had Such Friends by Amy Silverstein from Mind Joggle

Hard Pushed by Leah Hazard from Secret Library Book Blog

Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales from Brona’s Books

Twelve Patients: Life and Death in Bellevue Hospital by Eric Mannheimer from Hopewell Public Library of Life

Punishment without Crime by Alexandra Natapoff from Reading The End

I Am I Am I Am by Maggie Farrell from Kristen Kraves Books

The Great Pretender: The Undercover Mission That Changed Our Understanding of Madness by Susannah Cahalan from Book Lovers Pizza

Singled Out by Virginia Nicholson from Books Please

Unfollow by Megan Phelps-Roper from Bookish Beck

Killer Across The Table by John Douglas from Superfluous Reading

Far From the Tree by Andrew Solomon from Paperback Princess

And a few more that I forgot to note from where the recommendation came!

I’ve really enjoyed Nonfiction November 2019, and I’m looking forward to participating next year. Thank you to the hosts and all those who took part.

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My Nonfiction November 2019 Wrap Up

Nonfiction Books Read: 10/15

Posts:

#NonficNov – Your Year In NonFiction

Review: Confessions of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell

Review: Bush Doctors by Annabelle Brayley

#NonficNov – Book Pairings

Review: Unmentionable by Therese Oneill

Review: They Walk Among Us by Benjamin and Rosanna Fitton

#NonficNov – Become the Expert

Review: Killer Instinct: Having a Mind for Murder by Donald Grant

Review: The Adventures of Maud West, Lady Detective by Susannah Stapleton

Review: Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psycho’s, Stalkers, Pervs and Trolls by Carrie Goldberg

#NonficNov – Nonfiction Favourites

Review: Life Moves Pretty Fast by Hadley Freeman

Review: Eggshell Skull by Bri Lee

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16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lizipaulk
    Nov 30, 2019 @ 13:14:33

    Good selection of titles in a well-written post! Thanks!

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  2. Deb Nance at Readerbuzz
    Nov 30, 2019 @ 23:56:50

    Last year I also made a long list for my TBR at the end of Nonfiction November. This year I used last year’s list to request books. It worked out very well. Your list is excellent. It’s always good to have lots of possibilities. Not everything works out as a good book.

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  3. whatsnonfiction
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 00:37:01

    Oh my gosh, you got SO many good ones! I’m thrilled I could give you a bunch of recommendations too 🙂 I feel like I need to go through your list more closely because I missed a bunch of these. I can emphatically second the recommendations for After the Eclipse, Bad Blood,The Great Pretender, and Sound of a Wild Snail Eating – I read that one almost in one sitting this past week and it was so beautiful.

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  4. WordsAndPeace
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 01:39:07

    This is an impressive month! I had missed Mrs Sherlock Holmes, sounds really good and tempting

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  5. Jinjer
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 02:43:04

    So many great additions and a nicely laid out post!

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  6. Erin @ Cracker Crumb Life
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 04:22:27

    This event was so fun! I am so glad that I participated this year, although my list is super long now. LOL. I am glad that you could find some books from my suggestions – I hope you enjoy them! 🙂

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  7. jessicabookworm
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 05:18:55

    Wow Shelleyrae! You really did add a lot of books to your TBR and 15 non-fictions read during the event is amazing. Well done and I hope you enjoy all your upcoming non-fiction reads too. 😀

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  8. BookerTalk
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 05:49:46

    I added All That Remains too

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  9. Debbie Rodgers @Exurbanis
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 06:08:11

    Wow! what a collection of titles. You wouldn’t happen to know the title of the fictionalized account of Cargo of Women?

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  10. Hayley at RatherTooFondofBooks
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 08:13:19

    You’ve got a great selection of books here – I missed some of these when they were posted this month so I’m going to catch up now. Thanks so much to linking to three of the books I wrote about, I hope you enjoy reading those books when you get to them.

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  11. hopewellslibraryoflife
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 10:43:11

    I just bought Singled Out. I read the new novel by Tracy Chevalier and it should go perfectly with it. Very good list!

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  12. Helen Murdoch
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 12:18:25

    Oh my goodness, I’ve only heard of one of the books you added to your nonfiction list. There are just too many good books out there!

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  13. Nicci (@SunnyBuzzyBlogs)
    Dec 01, 2019 @ 23:23:31

    I must admit that I don’t read a lot of non-fiction anymore… I used to read a lot of historical non-fiction but it’s dropped off a lot.
    Good luck getting through all the new additions to the TBR!

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  15. Liz Dexter
    Dec 02, 2019 @ 18:42:23

    A great wrapup and some lovely books discovered!

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