I have no trouble finding excellent fiction blogs. There are tons! But I'm feeling alone in the nonfiction blogosphere...so here's hoping there are others out there blogging primarily non-fiction.
My blog is http://www.sarahreadstheworld.com
I review books on travel, tourism, geography, culture, exploration and history. I focus on non-fiction, but also include fiction books that meet these categories.
Anyone else out there with similar topics or other non-fiction blogs? Stand up and be counted :)
A fellow lone traveller of the non-fiction blogosphere...alone no more!
I too have been wondering where all the non-fiction bods hang out and have been finding it difficult to find a forum where my work can be read and reviewed. I write and blog about travel, which to me encompasses the history, culture, geography, and the personal, when relating it.
I have independently published one book, have a second with an editor and the third in planning.
My main blog is http://citychronicles-deborahcater.blogspot.com.es/ with links to my others.
I am hot-footing it to your blog now.
I like the traveling by train idea but am more drawn to your rambling blog. I spend most of my time rambling about creative process. You can find me at http://www.shapingdestinythebook.com.
I took a quick look ar your blogs this morning, and will take a closer look later today. I'm especially interested in your blog about Spain. I lived there for a semester (four months) as a student. :) Thanks for replying. :)
I review a lot of non-fiction books (it's a mix)
Hey. I actually already found your blog a day or two ago, great stuff! I am a subscriber and twitter follower. Thanks for replying :)
I write non-fiction but it is mostly autobiographical. I try to do essays on what I see, think and feel, most often related to the creative process. I checked out your blog a couple of days ago. I love what you are doing and wanted to recommend Shantram for your India tour if you haven't read it yet. My blog is http://www.shapingdestinythebook.com.
Thanks for putting the call out for non-fiction bloggers.
Hi Sarah, I commented instead of replying. Sorry about that. I checked out your blog a few days ago and like what you are doing. I wanted to recommend Shantram to you for your India segment. All the best.
Thanks Destiny. Glad you like it. I'm excited for what the blog can be. I'll add your suggestion to my list. Thanks for answering the call :) (and I'll go take a look at your blog for sure)
I write a combination of fiction and nonfiction, depending on what I'm reading. This month, I'm reviewing exclusively memoirs. Next month may be novels. However, I also review a good amount of research, psychology, and neuroscientific studies.
Check out my review of Erik Larson's masterpiece "In the Garden of the Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin":
HI Erin. I think I heard of that book somewhere. I'll be sure to take a look at your review and blog. Thanks for replying ;)