Well, would you look at that? I found a title for this weird review of 5 new nonfiction books. I really don’t even know what I’m reading anymore, folks. Enjoy?
Literally nobody but me might be interested in this mix of history and academic texts, but that’s okay. I’m starting to build my PhD library and this is the tiny beginning!
I didn’t know what to call this, so here’s what’s up. This time around we have two American Revolution books, two books about Trump’s impeachments and the insurrections, and Colin Woodard makes his THIRD appearance. Enjoy, I guess?
What other way would we celebrate Presidents’ Day than a supplementals episode? Enjoy these books that (mostly) center around how we write America’s history.
Finally getting caught up on the nonfiction I mentioned in my Q4 wrap up! This very cleanly finishes off all the nonfiction I read in 2021.
Wow, I can’t believe this is real. This is my TENTH supplementals episode. Enjoy some new releases from this year on a wide variety of historical and political topics and THANK YOU for coming along with me on this.
Trying to get caught up on some extra books for my American Presidents Reading Challenge, and boy do I have feelings on some of these. Not a particularly good set, so give me recommendations if you can think of any!
In this episode, I cover my legit biographies of James Monroe, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and both Bush presidents. I can’t believe how long it has taken me to make another episode of the actual challenge. I hope you’re enjoying the supplemental videos, I guess?
Trying out something a little bit different today with a list of books I couldn’t stop talking about on the road trip vacation I took recently with my partner, complete with some trip pictures!
At this point, my love of NPR and the Politics Podcast is no secret. My feelings about this book, though? Not … so lovely. Please give me book recs to read more!