Book Review | Dust Bowl Girls

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: sports are really not my thing. I used to play both soccer and softball, but I never loved it. I also generally hate being outside, so that didn’t help. But what I do really enjoy is women’s history. I think so many times women are left […]

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10 Nonfiction Books I Can’t Shut Up About

Have you ever read a book you could not stop talking about? Even when it annoys all of your friends and family? That’s me. The worst culprit: nonfiction books. Because how can you resist sharing cool dinosaur facts? Since it is Nonfiction November, I thought I’d talk about the ten nonfiction books I can’t stop […]

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The Next Five Biographies on My TBR

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that three years ago, I set myself the goal of reading at least on nonfiction book a month. And my love of nonfiction has only grown since then. Some of my favorite nonfiction books I’ve read in the past few years have actually been […]

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5 Fascinating Things I Learned from Reading Nonfiction This Year

It’s Nonfiction November, which means it is time to read ALL THE NONFICTION. Or at least listen to me talk about nonfiction all month (I have to annoy someone other than my coworkers with all the weird facts I learn). This year, I have read a lot of nonfiction books. And I have learned a […]

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November Reading List

I cannot believe there are only two months left in 2018. This year has flown by so quickly! But I am so glad that my favorite time of year is here (sweater weather!), and I have some exciting reading planned for the next two months. This month, I will be celebrating Nonfiction November – it’s […]

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Book Review | Missoula

John Krakauer’s Missoula has been on my TBR for over a year. But I’m actually glad I waited to read it, because it is extremely relevant to today’s current events (unfortunately). Fair warning, this book made me fairly angry the entire time I was reading, and a few days afterwards. And before you read on, it’s […]

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Five 2017 Releases You Should Read for Nonfiction November

It’s Nonfiction November, which is basically just an excuse to read (more) nonfiction through the month of November, and I am really excited to participate. I hope some of you are participating as well, even if that means reading one short book of nonfiction – it still counts! Today, I thought I’d recommend a few […]

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