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Non-Fiction November TBR

I'm so excited. I am planning to participate in Non-Fiction November this year! I mean, it's been a thing, but I haven't been able to join in because of school. So here are some non-fiction books I might read for Non-Fiction November.

Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan
The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan
Life After Death by Damien Echols
Jane Austen the Secret Radical by Helena Kelly
So We Read On by Maureen Corrigan
You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero
The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester
Jane Austen at Home by Lucy Worsley
Morgue: A Life in Death by Vincent DiMaio
The Hour of Land by Terry Tempest Williams
The Best Land Under Heaven by David Grann
Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover
The Last Castle by Denise Kiernan
Avid Reader by Robert Gottlieb
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond
Manderley Forever by Tatiana deRosnay
The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin
Life at the Dakota by Stephen Birmingham
The Mercy of the Sky by Holly Bailey
Jane Austen's England by Karin Quint
The Maximum Security Book Club by Mikita Brottman
The Brontesaurus by John Sutherland

Also, I ordered a bunch of books from Better World Books the other day.
The Genius of Jane Austen: Her Love of Theater and Why She Workds in Hollywood by Paula Byrne
The Joy of Reading by Charles Van Doren
Where I'm Reading From: The Changing World of Books by Tim Parks
Bitch in a Bonnet: Reclaiming Jane Austen From the Stiffs, the Snobs, the Simps, and the Saps by Robert Rodi (Wins for best title)
The Woman Reader by Belinda Jack
A Reader's Delight by Noel Perrin
Eternity Street: Violence and Justice in Frontier Los Angeles by John Mack Faragher
Nice Cup of Tea and a Sit Down by Stuart Payne
The House of Twenty-Thousand Books by Sasha Abramsky
Watching the English: The Hidden Rules of English Behavior Kate Fox
An Everywhere: A Little Book About Reading by Heather Reyes

So obviously, I won't read everything on this list. It's just a selection of the non-fiction titles on my bookshelf I could choose from for Non-fiction November. I've got a good mix of Jane Austen stuff, Social Justice stuff, prison stuff, History stuff, and some self-help.

There are some reading prompts associated with the month. Basically each prompt consists of two words and you choose a book that relates to one of the words. I'm pretty sure I can find books on this list that will work.
Prompts:

  1. Past time or Pastime
  2. Self or Shelf
  3. Wander or Wonder
  4. Micro or Macro
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