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Review Link-Up for the 2016 Nonfiction Reading Challenge

Monday, January 4, 2016



Please link your reviews for the 2016 Nonfiction Reading Challenge here. Looking for the "rules" or the sign up page? Click here or click on the button.

I'm signing up at the Seeker level, 11-15 books. I'll track my progress here.

Please link to the review and not your blog home page. My suggested format is the title of your blog and then the title of the book in parentheses.

Example: The Introverted Reader (I Am Malala)

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45 comments:

  1. Done my first review! I mean, I technically read the book a couple of days ago and only signed up for the challenge today, but it was 2016 when I read it so hopefully you'll let me off? ;-)

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    1. #17 posted; at the beer blog again.

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    2. #19 with #20 being written.

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    3. #20 posted. Have actually read lots in between and started lots of reviews but here we are ....

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    1. #5 posted. Guess I failed to comment for #4. By the by, Mark @ hpg and Mark @ BBL are the same person. Last year I cross-posted beer book reviews on the hpg blog. Not going down that road this year. Hope this isn't an issue.

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    2. #6 posted, also at beer blog

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    3. #14 at the beer blog (hpg and BBL)

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    4. #15 back at regular blog posted

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  4. Yes, done linking the 2nd review. Brb ti post review #1.

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  5. 2 down, 1 posted, 1 scheduled. Time to write another!

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  6. Just finished Monsters by David Gilmore and it was a really fascinating read. So happy I managed to find an ecopy on Scribd. I'm really behind on linking the reviews though - I'll probably just start from now on :p

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  7. Finally got around to linking my first read Tom Hollands account of the Julio Claudians Dynasty, a good read. Really need to get around to posting the others I have read. Thanks

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  8. Just reviewed The Shift, and it's an awesome book, extremely thought provoking.

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  9. Just linked latest reading, only short reviews on Chasing Aphrodite, Arabesques, New Dawn Women and The lady in the van.

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  10. If you're interested in theories about what may have created monsters, The Science of Monsters is the book for you - just linked to that!

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  11. Just done my second review! :-)

    Becky | inbeckyshead.wordpress.com

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  12. Well, that's the second one done. Enjoying it so far.

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  13. First review posted for Helen Macdonald's H is for Hawk which was wonderful! Just completed My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem which was absolutely amazing and sooooo informative! Review to be posted in the very near future for that one! Two down. But I want the next one to be something other than a memoir!

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  14. I'm a little bit behind in my challenge, but I have my first review up. Thanks for hosting!

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  15. Just finished book no. 5 - Just Kids by Patti Smith and very enjoyable it was too. Not sure what I'm going to go for next.

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  16. Just finished book 6 - If This is a Man / The Truce by Primo Levi. Not an easy book to read but a worthwhile one.

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  18. Finished book no. 2, Bon Appétit! by Peter Mayle. Nice foodie read.

    Apologies for the 2 double entries. Hope I'll get it right with the third book.

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  19. Ha! I've read 7 and only reviewed 2 on the blog... :(

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  20. Another one reviewed: West With the Night, Beryl Markham's memior/autobiography...though there is some controversy as to whether she had help from her third husband, who was himself a writer, and if so, just how much! :)

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  21. I've fallen behind on my challenges this year, but I made a bit of progress in the last month. Simply Dickens is my latest book. :)

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  22. Well, I read and reviewed three nonfiction books this year. I met my goal,but next year I will definitely try for more! Thank you for hosting this challenge!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment! Have a great day!

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