Here's a list of must-read nonfiction for horror fans, because the truth may be stranger than fiction, but it's often scarier as well.
If you'd told me a couple of years ago that I'd be devouring nonfiction titles now, I'd have asked, for what class?
Skip that one book you know about Appalachia and instead, pick up these outstanding works of Appalachian nonfiction.
From string theory to supernovea, the best physics books can explore your questions about life, the universe, and well, everything else. Start your physics journey with Only the Longest Threads by Tasneem Zehra Husain.
If your new years resolution was to travel the world through books, these books about African mythology, like Blood Scion by Deborah Falaye, are a great place to start.
Setting goals helps me remember how long the days are and how short the years. Get started with the best goal setting books for your journey, like Speak: Find Your Voice, Trust Your Gut, and Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Tunde Oyeneyin.
Read your way into excellent new nonfiction hitting shelves in December, including titles on finance, animals, asexuality, and more, including Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy's Bullsh*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love by Tori Dunlap.
Migrating peoples not only bring themselves, but also their culture and ideas. Learn more about this history in these books about migration.
These new nonfiction works include memoirs, works in translation, nature writing, biography, and anthologies.
No where in the United States is culturally homogenous, and that is especially true for the red areas. Here's some queer memoirs from those areas that prove it.