This week I asked you all to consider nontraditional nonfiction - how you use it, how you like it, how you would like to try it in the future. You came up with some great posts and I hope that by this time next year, you have stretched yourself more and got into even MORE nontraditional reading! These posts will help:
This Week's Nontraditional Posts:
Heather shares great ideas for audiobooks, as well as ways authors are continuing the discussion.
Care discusses comedy in the ears.
Trish explains how pairing nonfiction and audio together is how she encourages readers who have trouble getting into either.
Kim discusses Hoopla and podcasts!
Florinda talks essays and audio.
Jenny is crazy about Lauren Redniss' illustrated books.
Julz shares the only way she could read these two books.
Rachel shares the story of how audiobooks helped her in her life in a way I resonate with very much.
Holly shares a 5-step guide to becoming a podcast-addict.
Bex talks graphic nonfiction - her faves and her future reads.
Shannon takes the prompt and explores documentaries!
JoAnn shares her love of audiobooks with lots of great recs.
Laura shares how she fell in love with nontraditional nonfiction.
Kerry talks audio and enhanced books, and asks for graphic nonfiction recs!
Sharon shares a recent nontraditional nonfiction she enjoyed.
Marisa shares amazing TEDtalks that inspire nonfiction reading.
Tara talks nonfiction podcasts and audiobooks that work for her running regimen.
Leslie discusses an audiobook that she loved - H is for Hawk.
Kim recommends some amazing essays this week.
Can we talk for a minute about how awesome the enhanced books Anne shared are? And then audiobooks and graphic books to boot!
Julie asks for recommendations in nontraditional nonfiction.
Carrie shared biographical documentaries that entertained her.
Amy discusses reading nonfiction on Kindle, in podcasts, and via e-mail!
Debbie shares her love of coffee table books and I add tons to my TBR!
Melissa talks podcasts and audiobooks, as well as sharing about a literary magazine!
Book Reviews and More:
Why Do Only White People Get Abducted by Aliens? Teaching Lessons from the Bronx by Ilana Garon @ The Emerald City Book Review
Nonfiction November Reading Quotes @ Sarah's Book Shelves
Five Nonfiction Reviews @ Can't Get There From Here
Inspirational Nonfiction - Home is Burning & The Three-Year Swim Club @ Sarah's Book Shelves
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates @ Lakeside Musing
The Tin Ticket: The Heroic Journey of Australia's Convict Women by Deborah J. Swiss @ My Book Strings
Don't forget next week Katie from Doing Dewey is wrapping-up the readalong of I Am Masala with discussion questions and a link-up!