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  • n. Plural form of bookazine.


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  • Nollybooks are in the form of "bookazines," with word puzzles and a glossary

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.


  • And that includes his large-scale women's lifestyle magazines, such as Better Homes with a circulation nearly 7 million, the "enthusiast" magazines, the special-interest publications and the one-shot, newsstand only, higher-cover-priced "bookazines" of which Meredith puts out about 200 titles per year.

    Meredith's Running Man

  • Prevention also publishes branded books-most recently 400 Calorie Fix and the best-selling Flat Belly Diet! franchise-special-interest publications, bookazines, DVDs, and 16 international editions.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Prevention-branded products were sold, including magazines, SIPs, bookazines, iPhone applications, DVDs, online subscription services and branded books like the #1

    Business Wire Travel News

  • Hearst plans at least four bookazines this year, following its publication of three in writes Mediaweek.

    Media Buyer Planner

  • Those bookazines are still planned as one-offs, but


  • Over the past few months, Good Housekeeping and Country Living both had bookazines tied to the original mags.


  • Women's Health also has two bookazines (a higher-priced title with a longer shelf life) slated for debut.


  • Healthy Cooking and Simple & Delicious; top-selling bookazines; newsstand specials; and popular cookbooks.



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