Non-fiction On the Web

Jillian at A Room Of One’s Own has posted a fantastic review of a book I’ve added to my TBR list: Margaret Mitchell and John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone with the Wind. Here is the posting; go check it out!!!

Kim at Sophisticated Dorkiness runs a non-fiction book club related to food called BookClubSandwich. They’re going to be reading what sounds like a fantastic book for their next selection: The United States of Arugula: The Sun-Dried, Cold-Pressed, Dark-Roasted, Extra Virgin Story of the American Food Revolution, by David Kamp. From what it sounds like, the book will chronicle America’s move away from Tang and our move towards Bobby Flay. I’m hungry just thinking about it! Anyone can join the club so head on over if you are interested!

Karenlibrarian at Books and Chocolate is reading Bill Bryson’s At Home: A Short History of Private Life, which I am sure will be as awesome as his other books I’ve read. I’ll put the link up when she posts the review.

If you see any other outstanding nonfiction reviews, let me know and I’ll post them too!


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