2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #9


I’m delighted with the response to the inaugural Nonfiction Reader Challenge, and I hope you’ll join me again next year…you will be able to sign up for 2021 near the end of this month.

I’d welcome your suggestions for next year’s category’s, please comment below!

If you hadn’t yet noticed, I’ve created a permanent page for the challenge, you can CLICK HERE, or select the menu link at top left.

The Linky to add your review to can be found there. This new link will remain active for the rest for the year’s submissions. Look for the text in orange, or CLICK HERE

On the first Saturday of each month, I highlight a handful of Linky submissions, but I encourage you to support all participants who have shared what they have been reading for the challenge. Give them a like, leave them a comment, share their posts on twitter, Facebook or instagram #2020ReadNonFic

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In October …

Carol from ReadingLadies writes “Overall, The Salt Path is an inspiring, realistic, dramatic, and well-written memoir. Fans of extreme hiking and outdoor enthusiasts will especially enjoy the story. Readers who live in the area and who have had an opportunity to walk part of the trail will certainly appreciate it!”

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“Hidden Valley Road is an outstanding book and should easily make my year-end list of favorite nonfiction. Please consider it highly recommended.”, writes Maphead’s Book Blog

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Of Anti Racist Ally by Sophie Williams, DeniseNewtonWrites states, “This is literally a pocket sized book. Don’t let its diminutive size fool you, though. At a time when painful truths about racism in the past and the present are being confronted world-wide, Anti Racist Ally gives some sound advice for anyone who wants to be able to do more than watch #BlackLivesMatter protests on TV news or bemoan the shocking rates of Black deaths in custody.”

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Have you completed your challenge goal?

Please share your link to the COMPLETED challenge Linky HERE (look for the green text) or CLICK HERE

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I’m currently participating in Nonfiction November hosted by Hosted by DoingDeweyDecimal, JulzReads, What’s NonFiction, and Shelf Aware. You can learn more about it HERE , it may be just the motivation you need to meet your Nonfiction Reader Challenge goal!

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What will you be reading in November?

Click here to see what else other participants have been reading!

In case you missed it….

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #8

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #7

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #6

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #5

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #4

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #3

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #2

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge: Monthly Spotlight #1

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge Recommendations Part 1 #Memoir #DisasterEvent #Social Science #Related to An Occupation

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge Recommendations Part 2 #History #Feminism #Psychology #Social Science

2020 Nonfiction Reader Challenge Recommendations Part 3 #Nature #True Crime #Science #Published in 2020

11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol
    Nov 07, 2020 @ 08:52:22

    Thanks for the mention! 🙌😍

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  2. Veronica @ The Burgeoning Bookshelf
    Nov 07, 2020 @ 09:32:26

    All my challenges seem to have gone by the wayside. I will have to look over my non-fiction reads and see how I’m going.

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  3. whatsnonfiction
    Nov 07, 2020 @ 10:04:38

    I’m excited to join in this one next year! Still annoyed at myself that I didn’t get it together this year, it would’ve been so simple! I don’t know what I was thinking. I’ve loved reading your posts and spotlights, though! And I really liked your idea of an oceanography category.

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  4. Carla
    Nov 07, 2020 @ 14:27:49

    I enjoy reading sports stories and would be like to see some kind of category involving sports. I did accomplish my goal for this challenge, but have not read any non-fiction except for Children’s non-fiction over the last couple of months.

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  5. Tracey (Carpe Librum)
    Nov 07, 2020 @ 17:00:30

    Today I’m linking my review of How To Break Up With Friends by Dr Hannah Korrel for the Feminism prompt. I only have one more prompt to complete for the challenge, and that’s the Nature category.

    In terms of the categories for next year, I’d like the Medical Issue prompt to remain, and would like to suggest Self Improvement or Self Discovery as new topics.

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  7. maphead
    Nov 10, 2020 @ 05:55:51

    Thanks for the shout-out!!

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  8. Barbara Harper
    Nov 11, 2020 @ 00:11:58

    I’ve surpassed my goal, but I still have one or two I want to finish before the end of the year, so I’ll wait to post my completed challenge. I’ve read 21 nonfiction books so far, but some don’t fit in the categories. One suggestion for a category: spiritual.

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