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Although increasingly popular, non-fiction doesn’t get the attention it deserves, and it can be difficult to discover the right memoir, business or history book for you. Not to worry, there are avid book bloggers for every genre out there; you just have to know which voices to listen to and where to find them. To save you time, we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled five of the best non-fiction book blogs out there.
A rare resource: a book blog focusing on non-fiction children’s books! Non-fiction children’s books have been on the rise this year, as schoolchildren become more active in campaigning and activism. The detectives are ‘two intrepid librarians’ doing their part to educate children on a huge variety of topics. From fold-out graphic novels about North America to I See Sea Food: Sea Creatures That Look Like Food, this is the perfect blog for young readers exploring exciting new subject areas.
My Business Book Club invites industry experts to review and recommend the best recent business books. Made up of a team of entrepreneurs, avid readers and authors, they release regular lists of their top ten business books. The list comes straight into your inbox and offers an insider’s perspective on the hottest books on the market.
A Little Blog of Books is perfect for non-fiction lovers of any genre. Head blogger Clare seems to have read every book under the sun, and it goes to show in her non-fiction A–Z section. From Catch Me If You Can by Frank W. Abagnale Jr, to Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain, Clare’s blog is an excellent resource for the best memoir, history (and even medical!) non-fiction.
Not technically a book blog, but this non-fiction writing blog is packed with indispensable tips for writers and guides on how to begin writing and not stop! If you’re an entrepreneur or thought leader looking to boost your brand with a book, this blog is for you.
Librarian and indexer Sarah Statz Cords loves non-fiction, and it really shows. Her website index shows her skills in this area, offering reviews on subjects as diverse as ‘ugly fiction’ and ‘teeny tiny review’. If you’re looking to diversify your non-fiction reading list, Sarah will have the book for you, and she doesn’t shy away from a harsh critique, making Citizen Reader a valuable resource for non-fiction fans.