Best Nonfiction Books — June 2023

Topics Include LGBTQ+, Unity, Life, Death, Afterlife, Travel, Foraging, Prepping, Fathers, Leadership, Success, Happiness, The Beatles, Vegan Recipes, Birds of Prey, Writing…

22 min readJun 30

The best nonfiction books for June include various topics from the afterlife to writing advice — and everything in between. I hope you find something interesting to sink your teeth into!

  1. 100 Places to See After You Die: A Travel Guide to the Afterlife by Ken Jennings (6/13)
  2. 1964: Eyes of the Storm by Paul McCartney (6/13)
  3. Becoming Flawesome: The Key to Living an Imperfectly Authentic Life by Kristina Mänd-Lakhiani (6/13)
  4. Destined for Wealth: Master the Art of a Prosperous Life by Larisa Olteanu (6/21)
  5. Father: A Poetry Society of Indiana Publication (6/11)
  6. Gentle Writing Advice: How to Be A Writer Without Destroying Yourself by Chuck Wendig (6/6)
  7. Hidden Genius: The Secret Ways of Thinking That Power The World’s Most Successful People by Polina Marinova Pompliano (6/20)
  8. Holy Spirit: The Bondage Breaker: Experience Permanent Deliverance from Mental, Emotional, and Demonic Strongholds by David Diga Hernandez (6/6)
  9. Infinite Influence: Captivate, Connect & Compel Anyone Anytime by Alyson Van Hoosier (6/20)
  10. Limp Forward: A Memoir of Disability, Perseverance, and Success by Libo Cao Meyers (6/18)
  11. Limitless: How 27 Impact-Driven Leaders Broke Free of Their Pasts and Claimed Their Power to Shape the Future by Alok Appadurai (6/4)
  12. Maybe You Should Give Up: 7 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Way and Take Control of Your Life by Bryon Morrison (6/27)
  13. My Father Knew the Secret: Growing Up with Bob Proctor by Brian Proctor (6/16)
  14. Pageboy: A Memoir by Elliot Page (6/6)
  15. Plant-Based Delicious: Healthy, Feel-Good Vegan Recipes You’ll Make Again and Again―All Recipes are Gluten and Oil Free! by Ashley Madden (6/13)
  16. Pledging My Time: Conversations with Bob Dylan Band Members by Ray Padgett (6/6)


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