Nonfiction November 2020 Week #4: Wrap-Up


Hosted by Katie @ Doing Dewey Decimal

November has passed too quickly! I barely made it halfway through the list of nonfiction books I hoped to read. Here are the books I did get to… (click on the cover to read my review)



I have enjoyed another year of participation in Nonfiction November, I’ve again found some new bloggers to follow, and I have, of course, added a slew of new books that piqued my interest to my WTR list.

(The cover links to the blogger’s post)

 


Thank you to our hosts, Katie of Doing Dewey Decimal, Julie of JulzReads, Rennie of What’s NonFiction, and Leeann of Shelf Aware. I’m looking forward to next year again already!

If you’ve enjoyed Nonfiction November you might be interested in joining the 2021 Nonfiction Reader Challenge. You can learn more, or sign up, now by clicking HERE.

17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol
    Nov 29, 2020 @ 07:37:11

    Thanks for the mention! I hope you enjoy Girl With Seven Names!

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  2. bevbaird
    Nov 29, 2020 @ 08:59:52

    I didn’t read as many NF books as I had hoped/planned, but I now have a long TBR list. You’ve got some great reads here.

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  3. hopewellslibraryoflife
    Nov 29, 2020 @ 11:01:44

    Good list! You remind me that I’m woefull7 behind on my Aus Lit Month not sure of the correct title] choice. I’ll finish it before the end of the year–just got overwhelmed.

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  4. tracybham
    Nov 29, 2020 @ 17:40:54

    From the books you read this month, Searching for Charlotte sounds good.
    From your choices for your TBR, Get Well Soon and Underground are ones I would like to try.
    And I will come by the 2021 Nonfiction Reader Challenge soon to check it out.

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  6. Susan
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 01:52:20

    I found THE GIRL WITH SEVEN NAMES really interesting when I read it a couple years ago. THE BABY THIEF sounds interesting – I’ll have to check that one out.

    Susan
    http://www.blogginboutbooks.com

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  7. stargazer
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 05:37:19

    Nonfiction November always provides lots of inspiration. Good to see “An Astronaut…” on your list. I will keep an eye on the 2021 Nonfiction Reader Challenge and hopefully I can join.

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  8. Jen at Introverted Reader
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 13:04:58

    I’m so glad you added Get Well Soon! I thought it was fantastic. We added some of the same books.

    I’m planning to join your Nonfiction Challenge, I just need to get my post written.

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  9. DoingDewey
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 14:25:51

    I also added Get Well Soon and have seen it on a lot of these lists! I wonder if we’re all more interested because of Covid transforming our year. I missed Underground, but that sounds fascinating as well. Thanks for joining us this month!

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  10. Liz Dexter
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 19:24:11

    I didn’t read all the books I wanted to so I’m glad you said that. I also read more fiction than I intended, oops! But I really enjoyed my second go at Non Fiction November so that’s all good.

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  11. Tracey (Carpe Librum)
    Nov 30, 2020 @ 22:36:47

    Great wrap up! I enjoyed participating in non fiction November as well, and like you, I didn’t get through as many as I’d hoped. I still have two unfinished, but loved all the buzz around non fiction this month.

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  12. hibernatorslibrary
    Dec 01, 2020 @ 01:40:07

    I’ve been wanting to read Rabid. I hope you enjoyed it. I loved Anthropologist on Mars, though I’ve heard from medical professionals that his stories are idealized and not an absolutely true representation of what his patients were like. Regardless, it was educational.

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  13. Aj @ Read All The Things!
    Dec 01, 2020 @ 01:56:49

    Great job with Nonfiction November! I read a bunch of nonfiction books but was not good at posting about them. That 2020 dictionary looks hilarious.

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  14. Helen Murdoch
    Dec 01, 2020 @ 03:43:57

    I really like Nonfiction November and adding new books to my TBR is one of the best parts.

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  15. Carla
    Dec 21, 2020 @ 13:24:35

    I do want to participate in Non-Fiction November next year, I had my TBR all planned out for November when i heard about it. I have only read 8 non-ficiton books this year which is less than the 12 I had planned to read. I hope to do better next year.

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