"Non-fiction" Blogs & Blog Posts

Jamie ClubbJamie Clubb

The blog of Jamie Clubb, author of "The Legend of Salt and Sauce: The ...

 
All Things That Matter PressAll Things That Matter Press

The official site of All Things That Matter Press, publisher in all genres ...

 
Litter CritterLitter Critter

Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 


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Earth Day is "the world's largest environmental movement" and is celebrated on April 22. But, really every day should be Earth Day. And one of the most important  players in our ecosystem. "At least 30% of the world’s crops and 90% of all plan...

Little Guy has recently expressed interest in the kitchen - helping to make supper and bake desserts.Cooking Step by Step from DK Canada seemed like the perfect starting place for Gramma and Little Guy to cook together. (Check out the other great boo...

Experience Life At The Coldest And Most Isolated Place On EarthNew York, NY, November 11, 2017 ― Imagine, for a moment, spending one year at the bottom of the world, in 100-below-zero temperatures. One couple chose to not only imagine it,...

'I've got an absolutely inspiring, honest memoir and giveaway for you today.Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction by Elizabeth Vargas has just released.From Grand Central Publishing:"From the moment she uttered the brave and hone...

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell has chronicled her housing downsize and in her blog Living Large in Our Little House.She's taken that a step further in her new book Living Large in Our Little House: Thriving in 480 Square Feet with Six Dogs, a Husb...

We use ‘depressed’ as a synonym for ‘sad’, which is fine, as we use ‘starving’ as a synonym for ‘hungry’, though the difference between depression and sadness is the difference between genuine starvation and feeling a bit peckish. –...

I wanted to get the tears out of the way so I could act sensibly. – Joan Didion, The Year of Magical Thinking I began reading this book the day after my goldfish died. We’d had him for eight or nine years and would’ve happily hung onto him for...