Nonfiction November- Week 5: New to your TBR

I can’t believe we are at the end of November already! This month flew by. But then, they all seem to these days. This week for Nonfiction November it is a wrap up week, where we share the books we have added to our TBR lists over the month. I always add way too many but I figure I will eventually get to them all, right? I fell a bit behind this month, so I think I missed some posts when trying to catch up, and I am sure I have forgotten a few I meant to add to this list – but I guess that just means Nonfiction November is not quite over for me, and I still have some reading opportunities out there.

This week is hosted by www.theocbookgirl.com.

So without further ado..my newest additions!

Swiss Watching: Inside Europe’s Landlocked Island – Entering the Enchanted Castle

Calm Christmas and a Happy New Year – Silver Button Books

The Power of Ritual – Silver Button Books

A Place in the Woods – The Intrepid Arkansawyer

On Island Time – Lesley’s Book Nook

Wilding – Liz @ Adventures in Reading, Running, and Working From Home

English Pastoral – Books Please

When Mountain Lions Are Neighbors – The OC Book Girl

The Tiger – Rennie @ What’s Nonfiction

Rush Oh! – Books are my Favorite and Best

Lost at Sea – Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out

The Haunting of Alma Fielding – Christopher @ Plucked from the Stacks

Finding the Mother Tree – Unsolicited Feedback

Seven Fallen Feathers – The Book Stop

This is always such a great event to participate in! Now, let’s see how many I read before next November!

18 thoughts on “Nonfiction November- Week 5: New to your TBR

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