Nonfiction November 2020: New on my TBR

 

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Here is the topic for week 5:

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

This month, I have read about all kinds of fascinating nonfiction books I didn’t know about.
But as I’m trying to limit my TBR to books I absolutely want to read, I just added 10 titles to my TBR, all related to Japan, that were recommended by awesome readers who answered my Ask the expert post.

Thanks to each of you:

Brona at Brona’s Books

Deb at Readerbuzz

Diana at Thoughts on Papyrus

Heather at Based on a True Story

Karen at BookerTalk

Katie at Doing Dewey

Liz at Adventures in reading, running and working from home

Melissa Firman

Shelleyrae at Book’d Out

Silver Button Books

What’s Nonfiction?

Here are the books I really want to read.
I plan to read several of these in Jan-March, as part of the Japanese Literature Challenge:

Japan TBR

If you want to see who recommended what, just look through the comments of this post.

I did add a nonfiction book on another topic:
World War I: The Rest of the Story & How It Affects You Today, (Uncle Eric #10), by Richard J. Maybury. He has a similar one on WWII and Ancient Rome.
This title was found on Carol’s blog: Journey-and-Destination

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WHAT GREAT NONFICTION BOOK
HAVE YOU RECENTLY ADDED TO YOUR TBR?

 

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24 thoughts on “Nonfiction November 2020: New on my TBR

  1. Oooh, plenty of books about Japan, yes !!! The only non-fiction book I can think of wih precision because I added it to my TBR 5mns ago is The artful Dickens by John Mullan. I read John Mullan’s What matters in Austen earlier this year and loved it, so I’ll save the Dickens for when I have read all of Dickens’s novels…

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  2. What a fantastic list, good idea to stick to one topic! I’m such a mental butterfly I have a hard time with that, but it can be so rewarding to really go into one area.

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