As every year, a bunch of really cool bloggers are co-hosting Nonfiction November.
Here is the topic for week 1:
Your Year in Nonfiction:
Take a look back at your year of nonfiction and reflect on the following questions:
What was your favorite nonfiction read of the year?
What nonfiction book have you recommended the most?
What is one topic or type of nonfiction you haven’t read enough of yet?
What are you hoping to get out of participating in Nonfiction November?
First of all, here is the recap of the nonfiction I have read (the links will send you to my review when it’s posted):
Huh, the month of February is already over!
Hurray, Spring is closer, actually Summer is even here some days in Chicago, and then next day we are back to Winter. The poor summer birds that decided to come back so early must be totally confused.
It was another very good month of reading, but I’m already getting late on several reviews… nothing new under the sun!
Here is what I read in February:
10 books: 7 in print = with 1,928 pages, that is: 68 pages/day
+ 3 audiobooks
= with 16H43, that is: 35 mn/day
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Plans for March
Humming along with The Complete of Sherlock Holmes on audio.
I’m reading them in chronological order of publication, and planning to watch a movie of each as well.
I’m counting as separate books the novels, but the short stories as a collection.
So I listened so far to the first two novels, A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of Four, and I have started the first collection of short stories: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I chose Simon Prebble as the narrator for all of these, he is so good