New Releases I’m Excited About: Fall 2017 NonFiction (plus an Amazon GC Giveaway!)

August 12, 2017 Christian, giveaway, Most Anticipated Fall 2017, nonfiction 108

Today’s post wraps up our look at Fall 2017 New Releases with a focus on nonfiction!

Here’s the breakdown for the week’s posts:

Monday – Contemporary Fiction
Tuesday – Fantasy/YA
Wednesday – Historical Fiction
Thursday – Amish Fiction
Friday – Mystery/Suspense
Today – NonFiction

If you want to know more about each book, clicking on the covers will take you to that book’s Goodreads page.

 

What about you? Which nonfiction new releases are you looking forward to for Fall2017? Any covers that you already love?

To celebrate all the Fall 2017 new releases, I’m giving away a $25 Amazon Gift Card to one of my readers!! (Open internationally, except where prohibited by law) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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Carrie

108 Responses to “New Releases I’m Excited About: Fall 2017 NonFiction (plus an Amazon GC Giveaway!)”

  1. Evangeline

    Not necessarily a certain topic but there are authors, like Max Lucado, that I follow and look forward to new nonfiction books. I would love to win the gift card so I can buy new books. Thanks for the chance. 😊

  2. Lori Smanski

    I love self help books, bibliographies and history books

  3. Michelle Connell

    Blessed are the Misfits sounds right up my alley. I always seem to be the oddball no matter what crowd I’m with…

  4. Anne

    I enjoy history, health and inspiring stories about overcoming difficulties. Thanks for this lovely giveaway.

  5. Carolyn Tye

    I read nonfiction books about history, education, homeschooling, the Bible, and organization.

  6. Lisa Brown

    For me, metaphysical, historical, educational, health.

  7. Tracey Hagwood

    You’ve posted a lot of terrific books this week to look forward to. I had some on my list but found a good number to add. Thanks for doing all the legwork for readers 🙂

    btw: I’m enjoying my ringside seat to CFRR on Facebook. It’s exciting to see all your fasces!

  8. Debbie Clatterbuck

    I don’t really read non-fiction books very much, but I would read books about history and Bible Study. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck everyone.

  9. barbg

    I only read cookbooks of every kind myself. I would love to see a giveaway for some cookbooks on your blog.

  10. danielle hammelef

    Lately my nonfiction choices have been faith related, such as finding God in my daily life and devotionals.

  11. Carolyn Astfalk

    I’m reading an advance copy of Jon Acuff’s Finish, which comes out next month. Such great, practical insights into how perfectionism sets us up for failure. (And I’m not generally a perfectionist except for one specific area in my life, so, if, like me, you don’t think you have issues in their area, you may be surprised.) And it’s filled with humor too.

  12. Trixi

    I don’t tend to read non-fiction. The only two I do, is my Bible and my devotional every morning. I picked up one on a whim because I love the HGTV couple featured in it: it’s called the Magnolia Story about Chip and Joanna Gaines. Told from their point of view, a very good book if you ever wanted a recommendation!

    Thanks for the giveaway chance Carrie!

  13. Becky Smith

    I like books about history or biographies or just inspiring stories. I also like books like Joe Lieberman’s The Gift of Rest or other books that delve into aspects of the Christian faith and life, like apologetics.

  14. Linda Romer

    I love to cook, so cookbooks or books about food. Thank you

  15. carylkane

    I enjoy non-fiction books that help me grow in my relationship with Christ.

  16. James Robert

    Any good Christian books I would pick up for my kids to read since that is what they look for.

  17. Marilyn

    I enjoy any history book. Thanks for this generous and fun giveaway. All of the books look so interesting and exciting. It is hard to choose just one.
    Marilyn

  18. Audrey Stewart

    I love romance, especially historical romance.

  19. Pam K.

    I don’t read much non-fiction anymore, but when I do, it’s usually a book for Christian women or a cookbook.

  20. Paula

    I like nonfiction books about people who have been through tough times and came out stronger in their faith.

  21. Janet W.

    Nonfiction books I like to pick up are health related.

  22. Connie Scruggs

    I’m not a big fan of nonfiction, but Blessed are the Misfits looks interesting

  23. Stacy

    I like to read science and history with occasional biographies.

  24. Mallori

    I don’t read a lot of nonfiction, though occasionally I will pick up a biography. However, the first two books on your list–the ones by Erin Odom and Kim Anderson–look good.

  25. Anne Rightler

    Devotional or memoirs would be the most appealing non-fiction books for me to pick up.

  26. Ellie Wright

    I love to read biographies, history and true crime.

  27. Madonna

    I like self help, health, Bible studies, history or survivalist.

  28. Jeanna Massman

    I like to read non-fiction books about British and American history and biographies.

  29. Raechel Lenore

    I don’t read a ton of nonfiction, but I am looking forward to a couple. One being Katie Davis Major’s new book!
    As for the question: if a book is missionary related I am apt to pick it up. 🙂

  30. Rachael

    I enjoy books about ethnobotany (plant lore), but otherwise most of the nonfiction I read is related to research. Though I did find Life Creative by Wendy Speake and Kelli Stuart particularly good (a recent read unrelated to plants or research).

  31. Loraine Nunley

    I will pick up non-fiction reads for writing craft and encouragement in parenting. If I read a review or blurb that the book has humor in it, I am more apt to look into it.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  32. Mary Cloud

    Real life ghost stories or recipe books are my favorite non-fiction reads.

  33. Patty

    I don’t read much nonfiction, perhaps a biography here and there, but not much else.

    • Carrie

      i read mostly ‘Christian living’ etc if I’m going to read nonfiction. Occasionally a history/biography one

  34. Dan Dykstra

    I like to read science fiction books. Do enjoy self help books too.

  35. JEANNE CREA

    While I read mostly fiction, I pick up non fiction mostly for bible studies and book club. I also love history! Thanks for the chance to win. I look forward to reading your blog more, it looks great! (I’m a new follower)

  36. Kailey Bechtel

    If I read nonfiction, I usually read about history

  37. Valerie S

    Books about the personal journeys to overcome life’s challenges are especially meaningful and inspiring to me.

  38. English Lady

    I don’t usually read Christian non-fiction except Biographies and C.S.Lewis. Stranger No More sounds great.

  39. Suzie

    I tend to pick up devotionals or ones relating to my season of life (single adult) or anything unique that stands out to me. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction, though (maybe 4 or 5 a year)

    • Carrie

      that’s about how many I end up reading per year – if that.

  40. Chanel Monroe

    I like psychology, biography and Christian devotionals when I read nonfiction.

  41. Denise H

    I like frugal books. I’ve read More than Just Making it and found it quite good. I also like Crystal of Money Saving Mom’s books. And also Christian living books from authors like Jennie Allen

    • Carrie

      i’d like to read Crystal’s books one of these days

  42. Cara

    When it comes to nonfiction, I am most likely to pick up the Bible or a cookbook.

    • Carrie

      i do have a handful of Christian nonfiction authors who I love though 🙂

  43. Crystal Caudill

    Nonfiction is one of the hardest things for me to read if it isn’t related to research for my books, but I have found three books so far that I have managed to devour that are non-fiction: A Confident Heart, Fervent, and The Story of With. I am really looking forward to a Bible study on verse mapping by Kristy Cambron in the spring.

  44. Winnie Thomas

    I don’t read much nonfiction, but I do enjoy biographies or memoirs, history, scriptures.

  45. Andrea

    I will read a nonfiction book if it is about something I am interested in, which is mostly biographies or world history events.

  46. Beth

    These all sound so good! I’m especially drawn to Sacred Rest because I struggle with that a lot!

    I do enjoy non-fiction. Usually I tend to read a lot of “women’s faith non-fiction” – obviously making that terminology up, but that’s what it seems like to me. I also like reading about history, about a variety of things.

    I’m looking forward to getting to some recent titles: A Fierce Love, Sacred Mundane, Unseen and She’s Still There.

    • Carrie

      ‘women’s faith non-fiction’ should totally be the name for that genre b/c I know exactly what you’re talking about!

  47. Donna Newman

    Usually I will pick up a nonfiction if it has to anything to do with History or maybe sometimes an intriguing biography .

  48. Linda

    I like non fiction books that deal with history or inventions.

  49. Gina M

    I like non-fiction books about gardening, homesteading, and re-purposing things.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

    • Carrie

      if i thought a book on gardening would help my skills, i would totally check out a whole library’s worth. Sadly, I have yet to meet a plant I can’t kill LOL

  50. Arletta

    I prefer women’s non-fiction on topics such as decluttering, hospitality, friendships, creativity, serving in the church, etc.

    • Carrie

      decluttering… yes … i need that kind of book! Because of my book clutter LOL

  51. Kim v

    Some non-fiction book topics I love are writing, design, creativity, entrepreneurship. I could go on, but I’ll stop there. 😉

  52. Connie Saunders

    Biographies, devotionals, and history appeal to me. Thanks for this list.

  53. Sonnetta

    I have been reading a lot of books on grieving and overcoming. It has been interesting for me to see how God was moving in the midst of grief. I am about to start Whispers by Mark Batterson tomorrow.

  54. Donna B

    I like to read biographies, historical books. I also like reading neat tips, handyman(woman) books.