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Do books have histories? Some from Hawthorne are quite interesting

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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What will the New Year bring to book publishing?

First of all, ebook sales have slowed somewhat. They looked to be heading towards 40% a couple of years ago and now are steady at about 30% of all books sold. That is a tidy, strong percentage but the real
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E-books: A carnival of opportunities

Forty percent of books now sold in America are ebooks. Readers sit at home and order them up to read on their Kindle or Nook or hand-held devices. It’s an easy way to get acquainted with a best seller or
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Hawthorne Publishing Mourns The Passing of Author Bo Connor

Bo Connor passed on February 28, 2014, mourned, respected and admired by his fellow citizens of Indianapolis. The e-book is his story and a tribute to both Bo and the city he loved. Below Bo wrote about his book  Star
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