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

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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New Library: No way to know what are “good books”

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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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.

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

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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