National Press and Publications

Non-Academic Books:

Non-academic books, also known as popular or trade books, are written for a general audience rather than for scholars or researchers. These books are typically intended to be accessible and enjoyable to a wide range of readers, regardless of their level of expertise in a particular subject. Non-academic books cover a diverse array of genres and topics, including:

1. Fiction: Novels, short stories, and poetry written for entertainment rather than scholarly analysis.
2. Non-fiction: These books explore real-world topics in a narrative or informative style.
They can include:
  • Biographies and Memoirs: Personal accounts of individuals’lives or experiences.
  • Autobiographies: An author’s account of their own life.
  • Self-help: Books offering advice and guidance for personal development or improvement.
  • Travel literature: Accounts of personal journeys and experiences in different places.
  • Popular Science: Science books written for a general audience, often without the technical jargon found in academic publications.
  • History: Narratives of historical events and figures, often written in a storytelling format. True crime: Books that delve into real criminal cases and investigations.
3. Cookbooks: Guides providing recipes and cooking tips.
4. Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense: Fiction genres that involve solving a mystery or dealing with suspenseful situations.
5. Humor: Books written to entertain and make readers laugh.
6. Popular Psychology: Books that explore psychological concepts in an accessible manner.
7. Poetry Collections: Books containing collections of poems.