Overview

This is the information age and readers are eager to learn what you know. Whether you have in-depth knowledge about a hobby, avocation, or years of employment experience, readers want to read about it. Informational nonfiction is a category that provides readers with factual information. Topics can range from sports to animals; history to the weather; wealth management to travel; science to self-help; and more. Here are examples of different types of nonfiction books considered to be informational:

Travel
History
Textbooks (Historical, Legal, Scientific, etc.)
How-to
Self-help
Biography

All class sessions include:

  • Video Lecture
  • Workbook and handouts
  • Group discussions
  • Check-my-understanding quizzes
  • On-demand personal mentor

 

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