I talk a lot about books around here. Most of it’s fiction, because if we’re being honest, stories are sometimes way more interesting than reality. At least, it often seems this way. When I was younger, I thought nonfiction meant the kind of books you use for research projects – big chunky things like textbooks. I never really thought of nonfiction as something people enjoyed reading for fun.
Fortunately, I got over that misconception as I got older, and even though nonfiction still isn’t my genre of choice, I read a lot more of it. I even have a couple of favorite nonfiction books, which I’m sharing today!
I’ll admit right off the bat, this week’s post is probably going to be on the short side – I’m not feeling too great (headaches and whatnot) as I write this, so I’ll probably just cover the highlights and wrap up quick. Before I get started with that though…
Also, this week in musings history, I wrote about 5 Things I’ll Miss About High School. I can’t believe it was almost a year ago today that I graduated! It seems like forever ago and just yesterday at the same time. It’s amazing how time passes.