What To Read Next 2.23
The BIG List of the New Nonfiction Books Publishing This Month
Farewell January - Hello February! Is it just me or did that month go by extra fast?
Are you planning your February TBR? Looking for new nonfiction books? You're in the right place. Here's the BIG list of the newest nonfiction titles that will be published this month, along with links to view/shop our online storefront.
This month is a particularly good one for nonfiction books, as there are a ton of new ones coming out. Which one do you want to read first?
Don’t forget to consider that February is also Black History Month, Library Lovers Month, and Random Acts of Kindness Week (my personal favorite).
Let’s get to the books!
The Final Year of Anne Boleyn by Natalie Grueninger (2/2)
The Wise Hours by Miriam Darlington (2/7)
A Regency Guide to Modern Life: 1800’s Advice on 21st Century Love, Friends, Fun and More by Carly Lane (2/7)
Where I'm Coming from by Barbara Brandon-Croft (2/7)
Hijab Butch Blues: A Memoir by Lamya H (2/7)
The New Guys: The Historic Class of Astronauts That Broke Barriers and Changed the Face of Space Travel by Meredith Bagby
My What If Year: A Memoir by Alisha Fernandez Miranda (2/7)
Fool Proof: How Fear of Playing the Sucker Shapes Our Selves and the Social Order―and What We Can Do About It by Tess Wilkinson-Ryan (2/7)
B.F.F.: A Memoir of Friendship Lost and Found by Christie Tate (2/7)
Camilla: From Outcast to Queen Consort by Angela Levin (2/7)
Sex Talks: The Five Conversations That Will Transform Your Love Life by Vanessa Marin (2/7)
The Critic's Daughter: A Memoir by Priscilla Gilman (2/7)
Samuel Pepys and the Strange Wrecking of the Gloucester: The Shipwreck That Shocked Restoration Britain by Nigel Pickford (2/7)
Healing Justice Lineages: Dreaming at the Crossroads of Liberation, Collective Care, and Safety by Cara Page (2/7)
Attention Span: The New Science of Finding Focus and Fighting Distraction in the Digital Age by Gloria Mark (2/8)
We Over Me: The Counterintuitive Approach to Getting Everything You Want from Your Relationship by Devale Ellis and Khadeen Ellis (2/7)
You’re That Bitch: & Other Cute Lessons About Being Unapologetically Yourself by Bretman Rock (2/14)
The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg (2/14)
Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable by Joanna Schwartz (2/14)
Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World by Malcolm Harris (2/14)
Dyscalculia: A Love Story of Epic Miscalculation by Camonghne Felix (2/14)
An End to Arguing by Linda And Charlie Bloom (2/14)
The Darkness Manifesto: On Light Pollution, Night Ecology, and the Ancient Rhythms That Sustain Life by Johan Eklöf (2/14)
Nonmonogamy and Neurodiversity: A More Than Two Essentials Guide by Alyssa Gonzalez (2/17)
The Urgent Life: My Story of Love, Loss, and Survival by Bozoma Saint John (2/21)
The Hard Parts: A Memoir of Courage and Triumph by Oksana Masters (2/21)
Transitional by Munroe Bergdorf (2/21)
The Curse of the Marquis de Sade by Joel Warner (2/21)
We Should Not Be Friends: The Story of a Friendship by Will Schwalbe (2/21)
The Case for Cancel Culture: How This Democratic Tool Works to Liberate Us All by Ernest Owens (2/21)
The Confidante: The Untold Story of the Woman Who Helped Win WWII and Shape Modern America by Christopher C. Gorham (2/21)
Marry Me a Little: A Graphic Memoir by Rob Kirby (2/21)
The Power of Wonder: The Extraordinary Emotion That Will Change the Way You Live, Learn, and Lead by Monica C. Parker (2/21)
Trust the Plan: The Rise of Qanon and the Conspiracy That Unhinged America by Will Sommer (2/21)
OCME: Life in America's Top Forensic Medical Center by Bruce Goldfarb (2/21)
Wolfish: Wolf, Self, and the Stories We Tell about Fear by Erica Berry (2/21)
Oscar Wars: A History of Hollywood in Gold, Sweat, and Tears by Michael Schulman (2/21)
Bang Bang Crash by Nic Brown (2/21)
Code Gray: Death, Life, and Uncertainty in the ER by Farzon A Nahvi (2/21)
The Hearts of Being Polysecure: Creating Secure Attachments in Multiple Relationships by Jessica Fern (2/24)
Glow in the F*cking Dark by Tara Schuster (2/28)
Enchantment: Awakening Wonder in an Anxious Age by Katherine May (2/28)
Four Battlegrounds: Power in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Paul Scharre (2/28)
The Exceptions: Nancy Hopkins, Mit, and the Fight for Women in Science by Kate Zernike (2/28)
Madame Restell: The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Old New York’s Most Fabulous, Fearless, and Infamous Abortionist by Jennifer Wright (2/28)
Psych: The Story of the Human Mind By Paul Bloom (2/28)
We Are Electric: Inside the 200-Year Hunt for Our Body’s Bioelectric Code, and What the Future Holds by Sally Adee (2/28)
Drama Free: A Guide to Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships by Nedra Glover Tawwab (2/28)
Anaximander: And the Birth of Science by Carlo Rovelli (2/28)
Sensitive: The Hidden Power of the Highly Sensitive Person in a Loud, Fast, Too-Much World by Jenn Granneman and Andre Sólo (2/28)
Empress of the Nile: The Daredevil Archaeologist Who Saved Egypt's Ancient Temples from Destruction by Lynne Olson (2/28)
Blood Money: The Story of Life, Death, and Profit Inside America's Blood Industry by Kathleen McLaughlin (2/28)
Win Every Argument: The Art of Debating, Persuading, and Public Speaking by Mehdi Hasan (2/28)
Luck of the Draw: My Story of the Air War in Europe by Frank Murphy (2/28)
Which titles are you adding to your TBR?
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Fabulous list, thanks for sharing!