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DORIS DAY LIVES ON IN OUR HEARTS…from Mary Anne Barothy

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It just doesn’t seem real.  Yesterday morning I received a call from my dear friend Joy in Virginia who was crying over the phone.  “What’s wrong?” I asked.  Her tearful words were “Someone just posted that Doris died.”  I was
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Do books have histories? Some from Hawthorne are quite interesting

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This month Hawthorne released a new edition of the book From the Heart’s Closet, a Young Girl’s World War II Story. It was the first book Hawthorne Publishing released after its earlier incarnation, Guild Press, was sold to Emmis Communications,
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‘Tis the Season….Happy Birthday Doris Day! A reflection on the actress’s spirituality

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Mary Anne Barothy, author of Hawthorne’s Day at a Time: An Indiana Girl’s Sentimental Journey to Doris Day’s Hollywood and Beyond Seems like for the past several years, as we get close to April 3rd, the rag magazines begin to
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The Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame Inducts Our Author Colonel Janet Horton – Her Own Account:

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On March 7th 2019 I* had the joy of being inducted into the US Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame at the Russell Senate Office Building in The Kennedy Caucus Room. Congressman Chris Stewart and BG Anne Macdonald, USA Ret.
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