If you have similar reading tastes to me, than you probably read basically no non-fiction. Personally, I read as an escape and to not think about the stress of ‘real life’ thus why I mainly read a variety of fiction books. Since I’m a ‘grown up’ now, I do think it’s important to mix in…
The Bookseller of Kabul meets The Zookeeper’s Wife: an award-winning journalist puts a human face on life under ISIS, told through the prism of the Mosul Zoo.
A riveting memoir of losing faith and finding freedom while a covert missionary in one of the world’s most restrictive countries.
Ali Wong hit the stage a few years back and slayed it with her Netflix specials. She’s back with a book written to her girls, advising them on how to life their best life!
November is Non-Fiction November, and I’m attempting to read at least one Non-fiction book a week. My week 1 feature is The 57 Bus. A true story about two teenagers and the event that altered their lives.