My Monthly TBR Picks: November

I am going to be very honest and say that I was rather excited and really enjoyed putting together my TBR for November. Why? Well I have decided to participate in Non-Fiction November for the first time. And that of course entails reading all non-fiction for the thirty days of the eleventh month of the year. 

I will be the first to admit that I haven’t read anywhere as much non-fiction in 2020 as I would or should have. So this is my chance to get a few more titles in before the year finishes. Therefore I have spent a couple of weeks doing some research and spending a dollar or two stocking up on non-fiction titles. I have decided to make a bigger list than previous TBR picks just because I want a bit of variety in my choice options. 

And they are as follows:

  • Native: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire by Akala 
  • House of Glass: The Stories and Secrets of a Twentieth Century Jewish Family by Hadley Freeman 
  • The Hollywood Jim Crow by Maryann Erigha 
  • Hollywood’s Eve: Eve Babitz and the Secret History of LA by Lili Anolik 
  • It’s Not About The Burqa edited by Miriam Khan
  • All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson
  • The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood – and America – Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb by Greg Mitchell

Now I know I will not read all of them. There is no question of that. I am hoping to get through two but that is all dependent on the length and how ‘easy’ they are to read. We all know that some non-fiction can be a bit dense to wade through. And to be honest I have cheated a bit and started one of them a bit early (in the last week in October) so two should be achievable. 

So let’s all join together in celebration of the true life book and dive into Non-Fiction November. 

Best of luck with your picks and lots of love xxx 

(Header Image: Dom J)

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