Cooking, Faith Titles Dominate New York Times Advice & Misc. List

December 2004
Book Publishing Report;12/20/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 49, p6
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This article focuses on publishers of the "New York times," hardcover/paperback advice lists. Random House is the No. 1 publisher in the hardcover/paperback advice & miscellaneous category with eight titles on the list for a combined 61 weeks. Another publisher HarperCollins is the No. 2 publisher in the BPR analysis, with six titles on the list for 104 weeks. The Purpose-Driven Life by Rick Warren is No. 2 on the hardcover list, where it has spent 99 weeks. Another publisher Time Warner, has had five titles on the list for 64 weeks. The Warner Faith title from Joel Osteen, Your Best Life Now, is No. 1 on the hardcover advice and miscellanoeus list.


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