I messed up! Call it senility, or COVID brain or force of habit since I usually have a book review on Mondays, but I intended to post THIS POST yesterday and the book review today. Sorry!! If you missed yesterday’s review of Food for a Younger Land, read it here.
This has been an odd reading year for me. For the first time in 12 years, I do not have my long daily commute on which to enjoy audiobooks. I was averaging about 1 full book per full work week. That changed in March when COVID sent me home for work. I also have enjoyed participating in all kinds of reading challenges, readathons, and similar this year. Finally, in late August I started a 1-year graduate program that has badly impacted my reading. So, while my total reading is down it looks like my nonfiction reading has not suffered too badly from this. Here are this year’s nonfiction books with links to my reviews below the cover photos.
Here is their weekly theme schedule:
Week 1: (November 2-6) – Your Year in Nonfiction
The first week you may write a post about the nonfiction you’ve read so far this year.
Week 2: (November 9-13) -Book Pairing (nonfiction to fiction)
Week 3: (November 16-20) –Be The Expert/Ask the Expert/Become the Expert
Not sure about this one? Here’s my post from last year to give you an idea.
Week 4: (November 23-27) –New to My TBR
If you are new to the world of reading challenges, TBR just means your “To Be Read” list/pile/shelf.