Goodreads (Aussie Readers) July Challenge- Non-Fiction

 Our Aussie Readers group @ Goodreads have chosen non-fiction as the July 2011 reading challenge. I do enjoy a juicy memoir or travel narrative.

 So here’s what I pledge to read this month:

Me of the Never, Never by Fiona O’Loughlin

Biting the Big Apple by Bella Vendramini

An Umbrian Love Story by Marlena De Blasi

Me of the Never Never: The (Chaotic) Life and Times of  Fiona O'LoughlinBiting the Big Apple: A memoir of life, love (okay and sex) in New York City    An Umbrian Love Story

 Do you have any non-fiction titles on your TBR list for this month?

And here’s an update on the Goodreads Aussie Readers Group 2011 Winter Challenge. View the original post HERE. I pledged to read the following books:

1.The white earth by Andrew McGahan

2. Bite Me by Parker Blue READ– see my review

3. Starcrossed: Perigee by Tracey L Campbell

4.Vampires Rule by K.C Blake READ- see my review

5.The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

6.Winter’s Shadow by M.J. Hearle READ- see my review

7.Airmail by Naomi Bulger READ– see my review

8.Me of the Never Never by Fiona O’Loughlin

9. Fallen by Lauren Kate READ- see my review

10. According to Luke by Rosanne Dingli READ– see my review

I have read 6/10 of the books on my winter reading challenge!

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4 comments

  1. At the moment I am trying to read some very early Australian history in the form of historical novels – again! Eleanor Dark’s Storm Time, th erum rebellion and all that. Could help with some family history I have been trying to write. Hmmm! Other authors for good readin have and wil be Peter Watt. I am currently reading his To Touch the Clouds. Thomas Kenneally is another, but I found his Three Famines related to irelanmd Potato Famine, the Ethiopina Famine and another in Bnagladesh rather hard going. i like other Kenneally works that I have read though.

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  2. That sounds like an interesting reading plan Colleen. I plan to do some early Australian history research in the near future for a fictional story I have ideas about. I will have to check out those titles you mentioned as they sound interesting. You mentioned the Potato Famine in Ireland, I read a novel not too long back called Brigid by Australian author Jill Blee. Perhaps you would like to check that out if you are interested in this history. You can view my review here: https://australianbookshelf.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/book-review-brigid/
    Jayne

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