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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Nonfiction November, week 2

Well, hello! I missed week one but here I am participating in a nonfiction reading challenge for the month of November, and this is week two. This week's topic: Pair nonfiction titles with matching fiction titles. I decided to narrow it down even more. This week I am listing nonfiction and fiction titles on similar themes by the same author.

Themes: LGBTQ and Mental Health Issues

Themes: Rape and Depression

Theme: Native American Issues

 Theme: Spirituality, finding one's way


  1. Great pairings. It's amazing when authors write both nonfiction and fiction.

  2. Interesting concept. I wasn’t aware of the Sue Monk Kidd nonfiction! I’ll have to check that one out.


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