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Publishers face a serious paper shortage: books are delayed

Hawthorne Publishing depends on one large printer to put out its books, and this printer is seriously challenged by a shortage of white paper. White paper? That’s been the standard material used in publishing in various forms since the printing
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A Kind Word for Social Media

Nancy Niblack Baxter, Senior Editor, Hawthorne Publishing Media critics are descrying it for ruining teenaged girls’ self-esteem, parents are trying fruitlessly to get cellphones out of the hands of their daughters and sons for at least an hour at dinner,
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What is the Own-Your-Own Product book publishing market?

Although Hawthorne Publishing is a traditional regional publisher producing and selling books through time-honored book markets, bookstores, catalogues and through author promotion for such events as library book groups and appearances, we have begun to take note of “Indie” or
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An interview with Sandra Hurt, author of our Priestess of Pompeii: The Initiate’s Journey.

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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