Nonfiction November 2016 – Next Year’s TBR


Nonfiction November is over! Oh no! I immensely enjoyed the opportunity to co-host and look forward to participating in the years to come. Due to an unfortunate setback in my own reading, I only finished one book so far – The Price of Silence, by Liza Long, but I hope to finish Neurotribes by Steve Silberman and The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt before the end of the month. (Reviews to come.)

This week’s prompt, hosted by Lory @ Emerald City Books is to tell what books have been added to my TBR/wishlist after this month’s participation: 

Thanks to Charlotte @Charl08 on Litsy and LibraryThing
Thanks to @Ebooksandcooks on Litsy
Thanks to kidzdoc on LibraryThing

And of course: 

White Trash thanks to Joy @ Joy’s Book Blog
Hillbilly Elegy thanks to JoAnn @ Lakeside Musing (@LakesideMusing on Litsy)
Strangers in Their Own Land thanks to kidzdoc on LibraryThing
Others thanks to the New York Times article: 6 Books to Help Understand Trump’s Win
I plan on hosting a group read of these 6 books next year – one book every two months, for anyone who would like to join. 

Other books that are on my hopefully-next-year-but-however-will-I-fit-them-in list are: 


22 thoughts on “Nonfiction November 2016 – Next Year’s TBR

  1. Great additions! I have some how missed some of these, so I will take a moment and look them up. I am planning to read most of the books from the New York times list too.

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  2. I just read a book (1955) explaining what Jim Crow is. My review will be posted soon. I realized I had to know what the 'old' JC was…in order to understand/compare with 'The New Jim Crow'!
    You have some great books lineded up for 2017…I hope to join you reading some of them.

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