Welcome to the March of the Non-Fiction Challenge! Please link up any reviews to books you have read in March. You do not have to link up reviews to participate in the challenge but anyone who links a review at any point up is eligible to be entered to win a book of their choice (under $15) at the end of the year. How many reviews you link up determines how many entries you get.
This month I am happy to announce that I have one ARC of Radio Shangri-La by Lisa Napoli to give away to anyone who links up a review this month! Definitely a perfect read for the travel category!
The winner of the Loud in the House of Myself ARC is Sarah from Sarah Reads Too Much.
Yeah, non-fiction. Check out my review of a gardening book, The Ruth Stout No Work Garden Book. A garden book that promises no work--irresistible.ReplyDelete
I have read 'The Complete Polysyllabic Spree', by Nick Hornby, a book about other books. Hilarious reading, would recommend it to any bibliophile lol.ReplyDelete
Me and my blogging partner have reviewed the following non-fiction books so far in march:ReplyDelete
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell: http://em-and-emm.blogspot.com/2011/03/tipping-point-by-malcolm-gladwell.html
Through the Language Glass by Guy Deutscher: http://em-and-emm.blogspot.com/2011/03/through-language-glass-by-guy-deutscher.html
I've reviewed a bunch of nonfiction books this month for women's history month. Check out the March posts at my blog The Fourth Musketeer.ReplyDelete
I have just started reading this book, it's so interesting!ReplyDelete
Hope I'm doing this right by linking the reviews in the linky - let me know if not!
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
i have finished the challenge i made for myself...didn't know i read so much non-fiction, thanks! :DReplyDelete
if i read more i'll keep linking (promise!)
Hi, I just linked to a memoir post that went up on my blog today. I already fulfilled the memoir category for the challenge though, should I still link the review? Just let me know, and please disregard it if I should not link categories I've already read.ReplyDelete
Sarah Reads Too Much
A bit late for March, here are my two non-fiction reviews!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting.
I couldn't find the form for April so since I'm new I posted it in the March section.ReplyDelete
If you're fascinated with how metaphor is pervasive in our society, you'll find this a fascinating study.
I just saw that I won that Loud in the House of Myself ARC... is that still available? Yay!ReplyDelete