I think one of the biggest duties that a book blogger has to their audience is to be honest in all aspects. Ethics come into play here.
There are a couple things I do to keep myself on the straight and narrow:
- I will tell you if I bought it, borrowed it from the library, or received it from someone.
- When I accept books for review, I make sure that I tell whoever is giving me the book that my review will be honest and that may mean that I say that I didn't like the book.
- I will not review a book if I have not finished it because that is not fair to my readers.
- I never accept reviews for payment as it could create a bias.
Today we are talking about our love for non-fiction books! I love non-fiction books. One of the big reasons that I read is to learn something. I love non-fiction in so many different subjects but some of my favorites are in history, politics, memoirs, and biographies.
One non-fiction book that I am especially looking forward to reading is (and I just picked it up from the library):
Here's a couple of good non-fiction books that I've read lately:
Do you read non-fiction? What are your favorite kinds of non-fiction?