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Streaming TV series during confinement at home: the Morse Detective Series

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Nancy N. Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing I confess I have become addicted. With a new, large-screen TV and Amazon Prime for the first time, we have “improved” the staying-at-home time by getting interested in, and viewing, English detective series.
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Doings of our Hawthorne Authors During the Pandemic…

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By Nelson Price, author of Indiana Legends Let’s hope the health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are not forgotten. Nearly 200 years ago, when an epidemic swept through (and nearly wiped out) the brand new
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What have our Hawthorne authors been doing during the “duration” of Corona Virus shut-in?

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Lou Ellen Watts, the author of Sleeping in Dixie’s Featherbed tells us what happened for her. Lou Ellen, whose home is Franklin, Indiana, had a full contingent of appearances for her book in Indiana and the deep South, but that
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A new trick for Hawthorne Publishing: An Audio Book

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The phenomenal growth in the publishing industry in the last two years has not been in paperbacks or even e-books. Hardcovers long ago got left behind, “shelved,” so to speak. It’s audio books which are capturing the book buying market.
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