Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Nonfiction Reading

For a bibliophile, I'll be the first person to admit that there's an imbalance in what I read: there's more fiction than nonfiction.

So, what nonfiction titles (aside from text books) have you read lately? And why is it that when we try to promote reading, most of us have this idea that it's supposed to be works of fiction?

Personally, my nonfiction reading habits tend to lean towards business and self-help books. Any recommended readings?

1 comment:

banzai cat said...

Usually I hit the historical section books. You know, parts of history I find interesting, like the War of the Roses or the Charge of the Light Brigade. Likewise, I've also picked up books here and there applicable to writing and creativity. Unfortunately, I'm a much more slow reader for nonfic stuff so it's good that my stock of nonfic is pretty small.