I’m not a huge non-fiction reader despite having loads on my TBR shelves, I love Non-Fiction November as it forces me to get to those books which I know I’ll love but may be a little more hard work than my usual reading.
My TBR for this readathon is huge and I know I won’t get through all of these, nor will I only read non-fiction as I have a chunky novel on the go plus a few library holds have come in so I have to get to those soon as other people are waiting for them.
The Outrun by Amy Liptrot, travel
The Old King in his Exile by Geiger, autobiography
The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson, travel
(Ignore the Gurugu Pledge – its fiction inspired by real life account which I didn’t realise)
Letter to D by Andre Gorz, letters
Ballerdash and Piffle by Alex Games, Linguistics
Names for the Sea by Sarah Moss, travel
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall editied by Kate Bernheimer, accounts of the influence of fairytales on famous writers’ lives
The Gender Games by Juno Dawson, Gender/Personal experience
Show and Tell by Evans, Children’s illustrated fiction
Munch by Stefen Kvernland, biography/graphic non-fiction
Footnotes in Gaza by Joe Sacco – travel/graphic non-fiction
Audubon on the Wings of the Air by F. Grolleau and J. Royer, biography/ graphic non-fiction.
What choices have you made?