Non-Fiction

Nonfiction has changed in the recent years to become as much a form of entertainment as a source of information. In other words, it’s been commercialized.

At the same time, however, nonfiction offers a new perspective to the same topics that fiction writers focus on, such as cancer, depression, and growing up.

For the coming year, I hope to read at least fifteen books in the following 8 categories:

Social (In)Jusice:
Physics:
Psychology:
Biology:
Mathematics:
Biography:
Literary Theory:
Religion:

 This challenge is hosted by the marvelous Kim at Bookmark to Blog!

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