Tag: Nonfiction

Review of Tell Me More by Kelly Corrigan

I picked up this book on NetGalley because I’m interested in improving my communication skills.  Corrigan’s book is exactly what it says it is: a book about twelve things that are important to learn but hard to say. I was particularly interested in the title, Tell Me More, because listening is a skill I’m working…

Nonfiction November: My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor

For anyone who is thinking about becoming a lawyer, or trying to make the most of their legal career, I highly recommend Sotomayor’s memoir. I also recommend it to anyone who simply wants to be inspired by this smart, caring, and dedicated woman. I picked up this book because Hillbilly Elegy got me thinking about…

Reading the Rest of the Year

It seems like I just made my fall TBR list, and here we are, mid-October with the year fading fast.  I began October thinking “maybe I’ll just read whatever I want for the rest of the year.”  Which is a nice idea, only I’ve requested too many ARCs and I’ve fallen behind on reviews.  When…

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

While we’re halfway through the month, I wanted to highlight Nonfiction November, an event hosted by Doing Dewey and a few other bloggers. I haven’t participated much but I’ve already put some new nonfiction titles on my TBR list. Unbroken is the true story of Louis Zamperini, an Italian-American from California who was an Olympic…