Monday, April 1, 2013


Apparently I am on a nonfiction kick.  I have nothing against nonfiction in general but I definitely read a lot more fiction.  However, I just went to the library and came home with four books, all of which are, you guessed it, nonfiction.  So, as I said, I guess I'm on a kick.  It's further interesting to me as I've been having a difficult time getting into fiction books lately.  It's not that I've read anything really terrible but nothing so mind-blowingly great, either. 

The first nonfiction book I am going to read is The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell.  It's a book about the five different ways children express their love and the ways we can show them love in return, in a way most meaningful to them.  I'm really excited about this book.  Thank you to one of my best friends, Julia, for turning me on to this book.

How about you? Do you read nonfiction? If so, do you have any good recommendations?


  1. I read nonfiction every once in a while. It has to be something that interests me. I don't accept them for reviews.

  2. I'm almost ready to start this book. Did you read it yet? Any good? Sounds fascinating.