New Releases I’m Excited About: Early 2022 Non-Fiction

Posted January 9, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, Most Anticipated Early 2022, nonfiction / 3 Comments

Happy Sunday! Welcome to the last post in our look at this new season of upcoming releases! As usual, we’re finishing up the series with Early 2022 Non-Fiction New Releases (January – April). My apologies for not posting this yesterday but I needed a break 🙂

Here is the schedule of posts for the week so you can zero in on your fave genre!

Monday: Contemporary Fiction (non-Amish & non-suspense)
Tuesday: Historical Fiction (non-Amish & non-suspense)
Wednesday: Mystery/Suspense (non-Amish)
Thursday: Amish Fiction
Friday: Speculative/Youth
TODAY: Non-Fiction

In my continued quest to streamline these posts I’m only selecting the ones I most want to read to spotlight here. I’ll also include links to all the January-April 2022 releases, each in their own list by month. You can also keep up with 2022’s new books as I learn about them by bookmarking the ‘2022 Releases‘ page on my blog menu & checking it periodically!

spotlight on titles i’m most giddy about

(click on book title to go to its goodreads page if available)

Bre Doucette
Harvest House / January 4, 2022

When you look around your home, what do you see? Imperfections and disappointments around every corner, or a blank canvas just waiting for your creative brushstrokes? Bre Doucette is here to help you break free from your decorating disillusionment with expert advice on how to view your home from a new perspective, overcome the obstacles that keep you from trying new ideas, and be happy in the here and now as you transform your spaces into places filled with warmth, joy, and love. Room by room, Bre will share her expertise and encouragement with you, so you can see your home the way it was intended—as a gift for you and your loved ones to enjoy.

Dana K. White
Thomas Nelson / January 11, 2022

So you want to keep your kitchen counter clean but you aren’t ready to toss the toaster? You want to be able to find your kids’ socks but aren’t looking to spend your 401(k) on clear bins? You long for a little more peace but minimalism isn’t sparking joy? Decluttering expert and self-proclaimed recovering slob Dana K. White offers sustainable ideas to simplify and manage your home in Organizing for the Rest of Us.

Jessi Fearon
Thomas Nelson / January 18, 2022

Certified financial coach and mom Jessi Fearon leads the way for overwhelmed readers struggling to get a handle on their finances and lays out the doable steps her family underwent to pay off all their debts–even their mortgage!–and pursue their dreams, all on a $47,000-a-year salary. Getting Good with Money is written for the busy, overwhelmed reader who wants to manage the money she does have while still giving her family a good life, even if she doesn’t have a finance degree or a six-figure income.

Amy Bloye
Leafwood Publishers / February 1, 2022

Note: This is my pastor’s wife & I’m super excited to share it with you!

From energy and injury to surviving middle school, moms are asking questions. They want to know about training, role models, overcoming fear, dealing with ADD, how to talk to their teenagers and how to get them to have a conversation. Moms want to know if they have permission to take care of themselves, how to not act shocked, and how to experience God’s grace and joy in being a boy mom. Twenty-six years of encouragement and wisdom is packed into this short read. Each three-to-five page chapter begins with a story and concludes with a challenging truth and a Scripture reference.

Jennie Allen
WaterBrook / February 22, 2022

In a world that’s both more connected and more isolating than ever before, we’re often tempted to do life alone, whether because we’re so busy or because relationships feel risky and hard. But science confirms that consistent, meaningful connection with others has a powerful impact on our well-being. We are meant to live known and loved. But so many are hiding behind emotional walls that we’re experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. You were created to play, engage, adventure, and explore—with others. In Find Your People, you’ll discover exactly how to dive into the deep end and experience the full wonder of community. Because while the ache of loneliness is real, it doesn’t have to be your reality.

Kristie Anyabwile
Moody / March 1, 2022

Long-time Bible teacher Kristie Anyabwile discovered as she prepared her lessons that a single inductive approach doesn’t do justice to the variety of genres that make up the Word of God. Because Scripture is a collection of writings that spans 1,500 years, many literary styles are represented and each must be taken into account for the fullest understanding of God’s Word. Kristie shows you the immense value of studying the Bible literarily—that is, according to the literary style presented in a particular book, chapter, or passage.

Bob Goff
Thomas Nelson / March 1, 2022

In Undistracted, Bob Goff lovingly yanks us back in our lane and helps us get back on track so we can live our lives with real purpose and joy. In his trademark storytelling style, Bob helps us learn the destruction of distraction and the benefits of living a life of undistracted love and authentic connection; identify the distractions in our lives and either eliminate them or route around them; and catch a vision of our future, undistracted selves where we can experience true happiness and joy. Bob’s inspiring and entertaining stories in Undistracted show us what it looks like to live a beautiful and purposeful life rather than drifting aimlessly from one season to the next. He encourages us to fix our eyes on Jesus and harness life’s distractions so we can find joy despite our circumstances.

Kendra Adachi
WaterBrook / March 22, 2022

Do you ever walk into your kitchen and feel the urge to turn around and walk right back out? Maybe you get hives when you hear the phrases meal planning and food prep, or you feel as though you just cram stuff in cabinets and hope for the best. And if someone asks you to host Thanksgiving at your house? Forget it. This is the book that will change all that, helping you create a kitchen that works for you.

Louie Giglio
Thomas Nelson / March 29, 2022

add these to your wish list

all the new releases by each separate month
(amazon affiliate links used)

What about you? Which Early 2022 Non-Fiction New Releases are you most anxious to read? Which covers are your favorites?

If you don’t see your book mentioned here OR in my amazon lists, I apologize! It’s impossible to keep up with all the books LOL! Please feel free to leave your release info in the comments.

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3 responses to “New Releases I’m Excited About: Early 2022 Non-Fiction

  1. Janet Estridge

    Someone needs to write a book about how to organize a house after a disaster hits
    and you are elderly and the last thing you want to do is re-organize a house where
    you have no idea where to put things.

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