#NonFictionNovember Week 1: My Year In Nonfiction

Posted November 1, 2022 by Angie in Discussion / 14 Comments

In case you didn’t notice, Nonfiction November is here once again! I’ve participated the last couple of years to encourage myself to read more Nonfiction. It’s definitely a genre I enjoy, but I naturally gravitate towards Fiction. I do have another library book to finish up this week, but then I hope to read 3-5 Nonfiction books during the rest of the month. And hopefully participate in these weekly prompts!

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Our first prompt is to summarize our current year reading Nonfiction. I’ve read 7 books so far this year, which I think is pretty good! I wanted to read at least 12 for the whole year, so if I reach my goal this month, I’ll be done or on track! Of course, I can always read more.

It seems like I’ve been gravitating more towards queer Nonfiction this year. That wasn’t planned, but that’s just how it worked out, and I’m happy for it!

I’m not huge on recommending books, but when asked, I do not hesitate to mention Discover Your Dharma by Sahara Rose Ketabi. I read it last year and it just stuck with me! I’d love to reread it again soon!

As for what I want to get out of the challenge this month, like I already said I just want to read more Nonfiction. I love learning new things and getting unique perspectives! I’ve recently gotten interested in witchcraft, so maybe I’ll pick up some books on the topic.

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14 responses to “#NonFictionNovember Week 1: My Year In Nonfiction

    • I didn’t hear about it until right before its release, but luckily my library got it in right away! It was so good! Well, what she went through was awful, but the way she tells it was sooo….captivating, I guess.

  1. Marie Kondo’s book had some wonderful perspective but it wasn’t for me. On the other end of the spectrum is The Joy of Leaving your Sh*t all over the Place by Jennifer McCarthney. McCarthney’s book wasn’t for me either but I laughed so hard!

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