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Hawthorne author Nelson Price spins tales of two famous Indianapolis hotels in Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine

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“Glamour and Gore: The Claypool and Lincoln Hotels” is the title of the sparkling article in Indiana Historical Society’s Winter edition of Traces Magazine. It “traces” the evolution of the two landmark hotels in the heart of the downtown area.
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The Story Behind the Story: Nancy Kriplen’s new biography of Irwin Miller is featured in Traces: Indiana and Midwestern History

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Irwin Miller was the Commencement speaker for my graduation as an MBA from Butler University, and I recall his speech as non-memorable and—uninteresting. Maybe I just wasn’t in the mood: I had three small children and another on the way.
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New Library: No way to know what are “good books”

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During the winter, the management part of the company moves to Florida. Here we can do editing, book planning and marketing and decision-making in the land of the sun while an assistant staffs the office and ships books. Bonita Springs,
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A classic memoir in a new version: Day at a Time: An Indiana Girl’s Sentimental Journey to Doris Day’s Hollywood and Beyond Edition II.

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After a book has been out ten years or more it can be time to review its selling and critical success. Day at a Time by Mary Anne Barothy was one of the early books put out by Hawthorne Publishing
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