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A literary memoir in a regional marketplace: Distilling and selling an Idea Nancy Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing

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What makes a memoir that enters the marketplace, which will appeal to readers and be sold in bookstores and to libraries a success? We should clarify the definition of a memoir which is intended to be sold. It’s not the
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Regional Presses: The Strength and Love of America’s Homeland

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Hawthorne Publishing is an independent, regional press, as was its direct antecedent Guild Press of Indiana. There are hundreds of regional presses in America, and they perform a very valuable service different in degree and focus from both university/scholastic presses
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Memoir: The polished and published kind depends on measured honesty

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We at Hawthorne have put out many memoirs of well-known Hoosiers. We’ve helped these people put together their memories and achievements and get them published: Lorene Burkhart, Lawrence (Bo) Connor of the Indianapolis Star; World’s Tallest Woman Sandy Allen; Congressman
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DORIS DAY NETWORKING! By Mary Anne Barothy, Doris Day’s Former Secretary

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As we approach the holidays, starting with THANKSGIVING, I just want to look back and thank some of the people in my life who made a big difference. First, I need to thank my parents, Rose and Charles Barothy.  They
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