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The Willing Suspension of Disbelief: A Literary Analysis from the Senior Editor

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Suspending our disbelief—that’s what Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge said we have to be willing to do when we read fiction. Nowhere is that more clearly demonstrated than in British detective TV shows. We stream and love them all: “Morse”
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An interview with Sandra Hurt, author of our Priestess of Pompeii: The Initiate’s Journey.

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Sandy’s book was released last fall and is featured in the “Winds of Change” division of Hawthorne Publishing. It is the result of twenty-five years of Sandy’s intensive research into learning about ancient Pompeii and the writing of a story
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A Different Kind of Movie with a Little Inspiration. . .

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Nancy Baxter, Senior Editor at Hawthorne In the last blog I complained about the dismal relativism in the arts recently. It was fine for Disney to produce a gorgeously produced and star-filled movie about how a villain got to be
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A Tale of Two Movies

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A Tale of Two Movies Nancy Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing Young members of our family recommended a new movie for streaming from home: Cruella. It’s the story of how the villain in “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” animated film
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