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Smarkies
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Marking off this book as #somethingwrittenbyawoman for #nonfiction2019

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Pickpick

As with most anthologies this one had some wonderful “hits” and a few “misses” for me, but overall I think this is a pretty good snapshot of that particular moment in time, and includes a range of responses very similar to those found online during the social media deluge of women telling their truth loudly and clearly all at the same time.

#Booked2019 #WithASocialMediaFocus #MeToo

Also #NFNov
#Nonfiction2019
#NinfictionMatters

rsteve388 6 pts 3d
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4thhouseontheleft
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I think this is what I will read next. It‘s been on my #botm backlist, plus it fills the #twofemaleauthors prompt for #pop19, #anothercountry for #nonfiction2019 and works for #NFNov.

What say you, Littens?

I‘m in a race to finish #popsugar2019 before the #pop20 list comes out. 😂

SheReadsAndWrites I love this photo ❤️ 4d
Lauram I really liked this book. (edited) 4d
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Looks like all great reasons to me! It‘s that time of the year where things have to count for multiple categories 😂 4d
rsteve388 1 pt 3d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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Pickpick

George Takei did a great job with this graphic memoir. He manages to capture both the childhood innocence of his memories as well as the stresses and loss for his family, all wrapped up in the politics of WWII and the politicians of that day.

And sadly, it is much more relevant today than I‘m sure any of us would have ever guessed...which he touches on too at the end.

*Recommend if you enjoyed John Lewis‘s March trilogy

#NFNov
#Nonfiction2019

Addison_Reads I downloaded this from my library yesterday after seeing your posts. I can't wait to read it later today. 5d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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This part made me tear up a bit today....both his childhood innocence juxtaposed with the children that we now know were separated with no way of reuniting them just upsets me to no end, because they knew exactly what the were doing when they separated them in 2018 with no way to reconnect them.😢

#NFNov
#NonfictionMatters
#Nonfiction2019

Clwojick 1 pt. 5d
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Kaila-ann
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#nonfiction2019 #somethingpersonal

Only 5 more to go!! ❤️🤗

Clwojick you're doing great! 5d
Bookwormjillk Wow, great job 👏 5d
Come-read-with-me @kaila-Ann. Great job!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4d
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Smarkies
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A quick update on my #nonfiction2019 bingo card. The tagged book goes under "something that made me laugh" and for "something inspirational", that honour falls to "Steal Like An Artist"
@Riveted_Reader_Melissa

Texreader Looking great! I‘ve read lots of nonfiction to try to fill this card but there are too many to go for me to finish. So pleased to see you are doing so well!! 5d
Smarkies @Texreader I think I will only get 2 - 3 more done until end of year. Hopefully will at least get to finish off one row. 😄 5d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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Clwojick 1 pt 5d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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Sounds too familiar to me!

#NFNov
#Nonfiction2019
#NonfictionMatters

Emilymdxn What an important book and it looks really well-dream too. My mum loves George Takei I might buy this for her 5d
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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Up next for me! I‘m looking forward to this Nonfiction graphic novel!

#NFNov
#NonfictionMatters
#Nonfiction2019

Clwojick 1 pt 5d
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