Nonfiction November- Wk 2: Book Pairings

This week of #NonFicNov is hosted by Julz of JulzReads

This week, pair up a nonfiction book with a fiction title. It can be a “If you loved this book, read this!” or just two titles that you think would go well together. Maybe it’s a historical novel and you’d like to get the real history by reading a nonfiction version of the story.

This one was such a fun one last year!

“The beauty of cider lies in its simplicity..” The Cider Revival: Dispatches from the Orchard

The Simplicity of Cider is one of my favorite books – I love Amy E. Reichert, and this book was a delight to read, full of cider and apples and family and magic. I have been having my own little love affair with cider this year, so when The Cider Revival recently hit my radar, I gobbled it up. Like, just read the heck out of it and then regaled my husband and family with a multitude of cider facts for days. I feel so well-versed in the world of cider!

This book even inspired a cider tasting and fire night with my brother and sister-in-law this weekend!

30 thoughts on “Nonfiction November- Wk 2: Book Pairings

  1. I’d not heard of the nonfiction half of this pairing, but it sounds delightful. For some reason, I really like the idea of learning more about fun drinks, whether that means coffee or wine or cider. Maybe it makes me feel sophisticated :p

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