I have a confession to make.
I’ve been slowly collecting nonfiction books (mostly physical copies) and now I have a tall, teetering to-be-read pile.
I’ve been eyeing this stack since some of the bookish folks that I’ve connected with on social media refer to the upcoming month as Nonfiction November. And while I haven’t committed to making that a monthly theme just yet, I know I need to start working my way through this nonfiction to-be-read pile soon.
Here are some of the nonfiction books that I’ve recently purchased:
- The Book of Do by Miranda West
- The Flightless Traveller by Emma Gregg
- The Mastery Manual by Robin Sharma
- The Cambridge Companion to Fantasy Literature by Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn
- Settled in the Wild by Susan Hand Shetterly
- Surrounded by Setbacks by Thomas Erikson
- Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky
- Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke
- Subtract by Leidy Klotz
- The Organized Mind by Daniel Levitin
- The Storyteller by Dave Grohl
- The Listening Path by Julia Cameron
- Ordinary People as Monks and Mystics by Marsha Sinetar
- The Outermost House by Henry Beston
- Cabin by Lou Ureneck
What’s on your nonfiction to-be-read pile lately?