As the perfect antithesis to our Frivolous Friday last week, today is devoted to learning about and experiencing the many facets of history and the modern day world through a nonfiction lens. Check out our three fabulous nonfiction picks, and, as a bonus, the first three people to send us an email at email@example.com will receive a galley of each!
ADHD Does Not Exist by Richard Saul, MD: The author draws from his 50 years of medical practice and experience with over 5,000 patients to explain how other conditions are the culprits for ADHD related symptoms.
Dark Invasion by Howard Blum:a true-life WWI-era spy thriller about a German plot to wage terror on American soil, and the NYPD Inspector tasked with stopping it.
Updike by Adam Begley: Drawing on in-depth research and interviews with countless friends and relatives, this biography delivers a candid, detailed, and intimate look into the life of one of the most celebrated figures in American literature.
Take this chance to balance out all those suspenseful thrillers and corset-busting romances with three entertaining and healthy doses of knowledge.
Have a good weekend everyone! -Amanda