New Nonfiction Roundup – December 2017

Get a head start on 2018 with host of health, fitness and self-improvement books.  A pair of essays from great thinkers and a pair of memoirs from fierce survivors round out December.

12/5: Bobby Flay Fit: Food for a Healthy Lifestyle by Bobby Flay. The popular chef returns with a new cookbook for people interested in healthy foods that don’t sacrifice flavor.

12/5: Brunch is Hell: How to Save the World by Throwing a Dinner Party by Brendan Francis Newman & Rico Galliano. The hosts of NPR’s Dinner Party Download eschew leisurely brunches for lively dinner parties. Continue reading “New Nonfiction Roundup – December 2017”

Nonfiction new book roundup – June 2017

Looking for new nonfiction or memoir to read? Perhaps something to help fill a square on your Summer Book Bingo grid. Here, for your consideration, is a selection of nonfiction being published in June 2017.

6/1: Discovering Seattle Parks: A Local’s Guide by Linnea Westerlind. Did you know there are 426 parks in the city of Seattle? Discover them all with this indispensable guide. Continue reading “Nonfiction new book roundup – June 2017”