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Reviving and publishing a book that no longer exists in print: technical prowess

Nancy Niblack Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing From the Heart’s Closet: A young girl’s World War II story was the first book done in 2005 by Hawthorne Publishing as it emerged from the former publishing company Guild Press. Guild Press,
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Promoting your regional book: It’s all about people to people.

In the last blog, I showed how Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing Up White in the Segregated South was successfully launched. Now it was time to concentrate on promoting its message of a new view of equality. I had
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Regional Presses: The Strength and Love of America’s Homeland

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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A “Launch” for a New Book: Lots of People and Cookies Shaped Like a Book By Lou Ellen Watts, author of Sleeping in Dixie’s Feather Bed: Growing Up White in the Segregated South

My book took just one year to be born. It was conceived at Eugene and Marilyn Glick Author Day at the Indianapolis Public Library, just a year ago, in a workshop I attended. There I got encouragement from the memoir
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