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An Indiana book release: The Author hits the pavement and sits to sell

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Lou Ellen Watts’ adventures promoting her book Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing Up White in the Segregated South Released October 2018. Part 1 – October –December My book, Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing Up White in the Segregated
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Sandy Allen honored at Shelbyville High School Alumni Hall of Fame

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By the author of our Hawthorne book World’s Tallest Woman: The Giantess of Shelbyville High, Rita Rose. Sandy Allen, of Shelbyville, Indiana, was the World’s Tallest Woman from 1976 to 2008, when she passed away in a Shelbyville nursing home.
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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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