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Nonfiction November Week 3 Wrap-Up

You guys, I had such a good time reading all the posts for this week’s Nonfiction November prompt, Be the Expert/Ask the Expert/Become the Expert. I’m sorry this wrap up is getting published so late, I had a crazy week and just finished commenting on the last post a few minutes ago.

Here are the bloggers and topics that made up this week’s prompt. Be sure to click over to those you haven’t read yet, or those topics that are especially interesting to you (especially those near the bottom of the list) — a lot of them were really creative:

Heather at Based on a True Story — People Forced to Leave Their Homes

Kazen at Always Doing — Doctors Doing Their Thing Awesomely

Unruly Reader — Self-Improvement Books

Kate at booksaremyfavouriteandbest — Books About the Intersection Between Our Physical Being and Psychological Being

Julie at Julz Reads — Mountains

Beth at Too Fond — Raising Children With an Awareness of Nature

Emma at Words And Peace — France

Katherine at Writerly Reader — Folklore in the Digital Age

Kim at Time2Read — U.S. Presidents

Lindsay @ Lindsay’s Library — Dogs, Animals, Exploration, History, Medicine, Science, Travel, War

Lory at Emerald City Book Review — White Trash and Hillbilly Elegy

Anne@ Head Fullof Books — Mental Illness and Abnormal Psych

Juliana at Wild Places — Maritime Disasters

raidergirl3 at an adventure in reading — Feminist Theory 101, Biology Topics, and Black History Month

Eva at The Paperback Princess — Hollywood

Maphead’s Book Blog — Iran

Iliana at Bookgirl’s Nightstand — Bookbinding

Trav at HeadSubhead — Bookshops

Tara at Running ‘n’ Reading — Staying Injury-Free

Sarah at Sarah’s Bookshelves — Reading and Writing Life

Angela at Literary Wanderer — Female Heroes

Susie at Novel Visits — Women and World War II

Nick at One Catholic Life — Spiritual Reading

Deb at The Book Stop — U.S. Politics and Current Events

Heather at Gofita’s Pages — Death and Dying

Kristilyn at Reading in Winter — Memoirs

JoAnn at Lakeside Musing — Books About Books

Buried in Print — Residential School System

Literary Lindsey — Gardening and Local Eating

Novels and Nonfiction — World War II

Carrie at Other Women’s Stories — The Kennedy’s

Jessica at The Bookworm Chronicles — Christian Nonfiction

Brona’s Books — The Holocaust

TJ at My Book Strings — History and Development of Free Speech

Tina at Novel Meals — Ex-Pat Literature

Thanks to all who have participated so far! Next week’s host is Katie at Doing Dewey who will be asking about Nonfiction Favorites:

We’ve talked about how you pick nonfiction books in previous years, but this week I’m excited to talk about what makes a book you’ve read one of your favorites. Is the topic pretty much all that matters? Are there particular ways a story can be told or particular writing styles that you love? Do you look for a light, humorous approach or do you prefer a more serious tone? Let us know what qualities make you add a nonfiction book to your list of favorites.

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  • Melissa F. November 17, 2017, 9:02 pm

    What a great list! And you’re not late in posting … especially since I just got around to finishing mine. (I may have been overthinking this a bit.) Looking forward to reading everyone’s picks!

  • jessicabookworm November 18, 2017, 10:00 am

    What a diverse and interesting mix of topics. Thank you for compiling them altogether 🙂

  • iliana November 24, 2017, 4:34 pm

    Thank you for compiling this. It’s such a great way to find specific reads!

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