Hi everyone! How are you all doing? This month is #nonfictionnovember and I couldn’t be more happy about that. Non-fiction and self-help are genres that I’ve been loving lately. I’m currently in the middle of a few titles as well and I’ll write about them in my wrap-up. For now, I’m going to share with you guys my five favorite non-fiction books.
My Journey: Transforming Dreams into ActionsBook by A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
This is the autobiography of India’s eleventh President. I liked this book more than I expected to. Mr. Kalam tells heart-warming accounts of his childhood and many incidents from his life. This book is an engaging and inspirational read and I highly recommend it.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
I finished this book a few weeks ago and I’m still not sure what to make of it. This book talks about the law of attraction and how its the secret to getting everything you want in life. Its definitely something to think about and this is why I recommend this book.
Wise and Otherwise by Sudha Murty
I’ve talked about this book before and I think I always will. This is a collection of stories about people the author has encountered throughout the years. This book shows many aspects of human beings. I highly recommend it.
I’ve also posted a full review of this book here.
Career Rules: How to Choose Right and Get the Life You Want by Sonya Dutta Choudhury
This was another amazing non-fiction book I read this year. This book gives a lot of information and advice on various careers one can pursue. This is very well written. It has interviews with many people successful in their own fields. The author also writers about pros and cons of various careers. I found this book very helpful and I would definitely refer to it again.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
This is one of my favorite books of all time. Its the account of Anne Frank’s life, while she was in hiding with her family during World War 11 Anne’s diary is relatable, emotional and inspiring. No matter how old you are, I recommend this book.