From the creation of monsters to serial killers, these scary nonfiction books show that truth can be stranger, and scarier, than fiction, including The Witches: Suspicion, Betrayal, and Hysteria in 1692 Salem by Stacy Schiff.
Check out The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein and other books that offer a much more inclusive look at American history, from voices too often overlooked.
From stories about commitment to faith to those about leaving the faith, learn more about the traditions in these religious memoirs for Read Harder 2020.
These business books for the 2019 Read Harder Challenge will prove that the true story behind products, companies, and industries don't have to be boring.
These nonfiction audiobooks for resolutions just might help you find the motivation and perspective to follow through on whatever goals you've set.
Baking, knitting, raking leaves: check out this list of fall tasks you can do while listening to an audiobook!
Recommendations for excellent essay anthologies to help you complete the "read an essay anthology" Read Harder 2018 task!
Useful guidance on ways to embrace traits like persistence, resilience, courage, and kindness in pursuit of a life that is lived well and lived with joy.
Looking for books to fulfill 2018 Read Harder Challenge task #2: a book of true crime? Peruse these diverse, under-the-radar titles.
The odd. The exciting. The outrageous. The strange and unusual... Here are 10 excellent nonfiction books that focus on weird science.
Younger readers can pick up great nonfiction with these adaptations of books by Daniel James Brown, Laura Hillenbrand, Margot Lee Shetterly and more.
Expand your TBR with these 50 great narrative nonfiction books, from essays to creative nonfiction to literary journalism.
Paperback waiters, this one's for you!
What's missing from the National Book Foundation's recently-released longlist for Nonfiction? Fun and enjoyment, says one reader.