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  • The Way We War: Military Books 2014

    Gaza, Ukraine, Syria, the Central African Republic. Given the ongoing violence in those parts of the world, the name given to World War I at the time—the war to end all wars—could hardly feel more ironic a century later.

  • Insects with Guns: Military Books 2014

    The rise of drone warfare has not only opened up a new battleground for the military—it has also been a boon to military fiction writers.

  • The View from the Ground: Military Books 2014

    The coming months will bring a number of noteworthy memoirs and biographies that make the realities of war more personal by focusing on the individual’s experience.

  • Other Books of Interest: Military Books 2014

    Several noteworthy titles cover other aspects of warfare. Sun Tzu: How to Read the Art of War by Derek M.C. Yuen (Oxford Univ. Press, Oct.) revisits one of the classic works on military strategy and tactics.

  • Health & Happiness Shows: Health & Fitness 2014

    Quick-fix diet books remain popular among consumers, with multiple detox plans and cleanse programs promising results in as few as 10 days.

  • “App”-lied Medicine: Health & Fitness 2014

    The Merck Manual dates to 1899, but Merck Publishing marches along with the 21st century, with the November 2013 release of an app to accompany "The Merck Manual Go-To Home Guide for Symptoms."

  • Yoga for Everyone: Health & Fitness 2014

    With more than 20 million yoga practitioners in the U.S., according to a 2012 "Yoga Journal" survey, it’s not surprising that a number of new titles focus on life on the mat.

  • Courting New Enthusiasts for Classic Pastimes: Hobbies & Crafts 2014

    Publishers in the craft and hobby category have to stay current with new fashions and emerging trends across a number of platforms, while still providing fresh content for the dyed-in-the-wool segment of the market.

  • Fall 2014 Book Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers: Trouble in L.A.

    Highlights this season include major books from such established authors as James Ellroy, Michael Connelly, and Louise Penny, as well as some firsts: Chelsea Cain’s first in a new crime series; Bradford Morrow’s first foray into crime fiction; and Sophie Hannah’s Agatha Christie pastiche, the first authorized by the Christie estate.

  • Fall 2014 Book Announcements: Poetry: Big Names and a Little Art

    The big story this fall in poetry is the sheer number of Pulitzer Prize winners releasing new books—five out of six being collections of new work.

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