Happy Sunday! November is the month we celebrate the wonderful wide world of Non Fiction which encompasses a broad range of categories - from biographies and memoirs, creative nonfiction to fine arts, philosophy or psychology, history to science, spirituality to religion, self help to health and fitness, cook books to crafts to name a few.
Plus our author of the month is Margot Lee Shetterly who wrote Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race. My family read the book and watched the movie based on the book and both were educational and enlightening and prompted much conversation in our home.
November 1st is also National Author's Day so show some appreciation for the authors who provided us with all our great reads.
And the beginning of National Novel Writing Month in which writers attempt to write a 50,000 manuscript in the month of November. I've participated over the years and found it to be a fun, creative, and challenging way to write a rough draft.
This post brought to us by the letter I and industrious, imagination, improve, and illuminate.