In the last year, I have read a couple of non-fiction books that I really enjoyed. First and foremost, Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. Couldn't put it down. I loved it so much that I bought copies for my Dad and my brother. We had great discussions about the book.
I also read Karen Walker's memoir, Following the Whispers. A very gut-wrenchingly real and touching book. In my TBR pile, I've got Tim Tebow's and Steve Jobs' books that I'm looking forward to diving into one of these days. Not too long ago, I re-read Stephen King's On Writing, which reads more like a memoir than anything else but I did enjoy it immensely.
Do you read much non-fiction? Have you read any lately that you could recommend? I'm always on the look-out for a good read. I swear I'd be happy reading the phone book than reading nothing at all. Seriously.