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Archives for Genre: nonfiction
I’m not one for self-help books, but the life skills category is one I frequent.
Remember how I said I most likely wouldn’t be reviewing anymore nonfiction novels? This one piqued my interest and was hard to put down.
I know I said I wouldn’t do another nonfiction book, but I’d entered a Goodreads giveaway for this and didn’t win, then saw this on Blogging for Books a few days after and thought, “Maybe fate is a thing.”
Also, as a writer, I felt obligated to give it a chance. It could prove itself a useful resource.
I’m always interested in ways to better hone my writing craft.
This book details the necessities of women in the workplace and how men cannot create successful businesses without including women in the core decision-making. We see things they don’t, foresee what they fail to consider, feel things they forget to acknowledge.
This is a review of a religious, nonfictional devotional-type novel. I will not likely review any more in this genre.
This is a review of Story Genius by Lisa Cron. It promised to teach me how to use brain science to go beyond outlining to create a riveting novel.
A review for The Bee-Friendly Garden, a book whose photography I fell in love with and information on bees I ached for.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in creating/maintaining a bee-friendly, pesticide-free garden. (Bees are important.)