Nonfiction November 2022 Wrap Up

I didn’t do good with nonfiction November. I didn’t read any of the books I picked out for this month. I read half of one and didn’t care for it, same with another.

But here are the nonfiction books I did read:

  • From Scratch by Tembi Locke
  • Why Science and Faith Need Each Other by Elaine Howard Exklund
  • The Ceely Rose Murders at Malabar Farm by Mark Sebastian Jordan

The Christmas Memory is based on the author’s childhood but he fictionalized it so it’s sort of nonfiction but not really. I enjoyed it though.

I’m currently reading I’m Glad My Mom’s Dead. I don’t know the author and I don’t care to know her work as an actress, I’m just reading it because the title intrigued me. I’m almost done with it and all I can say is her family’s crazy, especially her mom. I can’t believe it was allowed to go on for that long.

I don’t know what I’m going to read next but I’m not out of choices.

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