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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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What is the lifetime of a modern book? The lives of our Hawthorne books, like those of a cat, can have a couple of incarnations.

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Maybe not nine lives, but perennial best-sellers can be reissued in several ways. They can be reprinted, as is, which has happened to many of our books which have historical interest and stand good as is through the years. Or
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New Year’s Day: Recollections of a publishing past

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Hawthorne Publishing was founded in 2004, but the history of this publishing enterprise goes back to 1987, with its predecessor Guild Press of Indiana. Guild Press was founded through the publication of one book: The Movers: A Saga of the
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Our Hawthorne book Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing up White in the Segregated South goes to the big Author Fair

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by Lou Ellen Watts Saturday, Dec. 7 was the big author event in Indiana, the Indiana Historical Society’s Author Fair in Indianapolis. I was so excited that my book, Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing Up White in the Segregated
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