I enjoyed the nonfiction challenge for 2015, finding myself reading a greater variety of nonfiction than is my usual habit. However, there are still some books on my shelf that I intended to read and didn't get to. Luckily, The Introverted Reader is hosting a nonfiction challenge again next year.
Similar to last year, here are the rules:
The Challenge: Read any non-fiction book(s), adult or young adult.
That's it. You can choose anything. Memoirs? Yes. History? Yes. Travel? Yes. You
get the idea? Absolutely anything that is classified as non-fiction counts for
Dilettante--Read 1-5 non-fiction
This challenge will last from
January 1 to December 31, 2016. You can sign up anytime throughout the year.
You can also link to a
review you wrote on another site, such as GoodReads or
Crossovers with other challenges are acceptable, and feel
free to read your books in any format you like.
The Introverted Reader will have a separate post with a linky for reviews and permanent links to both posts in the sidebar.
I'm going to Explorer level once again, shooting for 10 books. Maybe I'll get to those older ones waiting on my shelf this time around!
Links to reviews of the books I read are here:
1. America in the Gilded Age by Sean Dennis Cashman
2. Health and Wellness in 19th-Century America by John C. Waller
3. It Ended Badly. 13 of the Worst Breakups in History by Jennifer Wright
4. Dead Wake. The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson
5. An Anatomy of Addiction by Howard Markel
6. 1493 by Charles C. Mann
7. Fiend. The Shocking True Story of America's Youngest Serial Killer by Harold Schechter
8. How the Post Office Created America by Winifred Gallagher
9. Belgium. Long United, Long Divided by Samuel Humes
10. Les Parisiennes by Anne Sebba
11. Chivalry and the Medieval Past edited by Katie Stevenson and Barbara Gribling
12. American Gospel by Jon Meacham
13. The Gene. An Intimate History by Siddhartha Mukherjee
14. Victoria The Queen by Julia Baird