NonFiction November WRAP UP

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Hello All! Another late one! School is screwing with me.

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I’ll Be Gone in the Dark:
The Library Book:
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8 Responses

  1. ohbthr says:

    Great wrap up! The Library Book sounds sooo good

    This reminds me I need to make my Nonfiction November video xP

  2. Jo Smith says:

    Well certainly not a fail especially as you enjoyed the books you read. I only read one non fiction and it was a tiny one, 84 Charing Cross, but it’s a start for my first year!

  3. yotecielo says:

    I hate when all the holds come to you at once, it's sooo stressful lol. I just bought the "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" book last month. I know the last lines in the book are chilllllling.

  4. Jacqueline McMenamin says:

    I completely failed non fiction & Novellas in November ( run by Rick at Another Book Vlog). I ended up reading mostly fiction as usual. The best books I read in November are
    Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
    A Keeper by Graham Norton
    Daughters of the Lake by Wendy Webb
    The Broken Girls by Simone St James
    I finished A Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak last night.

  5. Cassian LaDue says:

    “The Library Book” sounds fascinating and now I really want to check it out and read it! 🙂 I didn’t complete any nonfiction books in November, but I did start a book called “Weird Math” by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee and am enjoying it so far!

  6. Steeped Reads says:

    Oh I really need to read The Library Book! Thanks for sharing your thougts☺️

  7. Hana Banana says:

    i didn't officially participate in non-fiction november just because it wasn't aware about it but it just so happened to coincide with my reading plan for the month end of november anyway. know i now it's a thing i'll most definitely try to take part next year.

    i completed the girl from aleppo by nujeen mustafa and it became a new favourite book. i was completely taken aback from her story (esacping syria, after the war outbroke, in a wheelchair) and learnt something about an issue i barely knew anything on.

    i (re)started born a crime this month too and i've just been going through it slowly. i haven't read a physical book in a while and i think it's cos i'm adjusting to my new work and that's taking a little while. but i really am loving it so i hope to finish it before the end of the year.

    nonfiction is a genre that i recently dipped my toes into, around last year. i've mostly been reading memoirs by celebs but now nujeen's story has most definitely opened my mind to reading about different people's stories too.

  8. Beckie Bookworm says:

    Happy vlogmas! I really like the sound of the book about the library!

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