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This midwestern gal called Pennsylvania home for 7 years, and it truly felt like home. But now I'm getting a taste of the Southern life just an hour from the GA/FL border, happy to hunt up some more fabulous ghost stories with the southern breeze in my face. Growing up in a haunted house may be the key to my penchant for ghost stories. Represented by Elana Roth at Red Tree Literary... More
Mary Ann's Blog: Haunting The Broken Tree - Recent Posts
3/25/2015March Madness Check-In — Day # 25 (0 Comments )
With all the distractions and disappointments the day job has brought me in the last year, I have had to double up on creative outlet time whenever I had the chance. Photography has been my outlet and my jell-time. That is when I take off at sunrise... Read the rest of this post
3/17/2015March Madness Day #18—Attack of the Plot Bunnies (0 Comments )
How goes the madness, Wipsters? Here we are on the other side of the halfway mark, and I've had another epiphany. My current WIP is much more character-centered than my last ms, but as a graphic novel, the action needs to be solid and clear and... Read the rest of this post
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Comment by Debbie Dadey on 9/3/2009 at 7:55 AM:
Hope you're liking Georgia. I'm still getting used to PA. Moving is hard, I don't care what anyone says.
Comment by Lorraine Florido on 7/11/2009 at 9:43 AM:
Ghost stories? Love it! Sounds like just the right mix of excitement and creativity.
Did you really grow up in a haunted house?
Comment by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt on 7/10/2009 at 7:51 PM:
Who loves ya, baby? I do! (And you daily commitment to writing is killer!!)
Comment by Debbie Dadey on 7/23/2008 at 9:44 PM:
Thanks Mary Ann, I do hope to become more active in the SCBWI PA chapter.
Comment by Lori Laniewski on 4/30/2008 at 12:15 PM:
Hi Mary Ann,
I finally added a photo...yikes! Great seeing you in the Poconos. I am feeling rejuvenated.

How are things?
Comment by aaron pocock on 4/27/2008 at 2:41 PM:
Hey mary Ann. Thanks for accepting the invite. Thanks for the kind comments about my art.
Take care, Aaron.
Comment by aaron pocock on 4/27/2008 at 2:18 AM:
Hi mary ann, best of luck in all of your endevours!
Take care, Aaron.
Comment by emma stevenson on 4/8/2008 at 3:42 PM:
Thanks for the kind words
Comment by Stephanie Reed on 3/28/2008 at 4:15 PM:
Spaghetti for dinner sounds good. I'll be right over.
My hair stylist just asked me what I was doing this weekend after I gave her a copy of my new book. She's going to see Stomp--I had to tell her we are digging a trench around our screen porch to lay skunk-proofing. I'd rather make d... more
Comment by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt on 3/27/2008 at 4:29 PM:
Four teeth at once? She really WILL rack in the change! HA! Have a great weekend, MA!

Comment by Mary Paladin on 3/27/2008 at 2:45 PM:
Hi Mary Ann,
My novel takes place in 1845 US during the industrial revolution. I did see the sites you listed and already checked one out! I sent you a note to that effect but perhaps I sent it to your eBlog... I still have alot of things to learn about this blogging stuff!
I am SO waiting... more
Comment by David Lewis on 3/17/2008 at 4:49 PM:
Hi Mary Ann
Thanks for the welcome. I am currently writing a picture book series/stand alone. I copyrighted them and am now trying to sell to publishers. Its called The Knights of Learning. Young Knights in humorous moral based stories. My kids love them and even give me ideas. I can't... more
Comment by Jan Godown Annino on 3/11/2008 at 9:54 PM:
~ Saw your note on Daryl's comments.
& I have to say, Go Girl! with the SCBWI stuff.
We can do this. I'm on deadline with it this week, too. Am working in nonfiction & will send you an invite here on the JF.
A historical nonfiction inspired by the epxeriences in your childhood... more
Comment by Declan Shalvey on 3/4/2008 at 6:15 PM:
Maynooth eh? Never been myself, but it seems to have become a suburb of Dublin now. Well, the depression of the 80s passed, there was a lot of economic prosperity in the 90s, and now everything is ridiculously overpriced! There's a lot of immigrants now, which is wierd for a country that has its his... more
Comment by Declan Shalvey on 3/4/2008 at 5:24 AM:
Hi Mary Ann, thanks very much. I look forward to finishing it! (nearly there though)

I'm curious, where in Ireland did you live? It's changed a lot since the 80s.

Comment by Steve Harpster on 3/3/2008 at 9:46 AM:
Thanks for the welcome...Still trying to learn how to use this site.
Comment by Joyce Hostetter on 3/1/2008 at 11:01 PM:
Thanks for the congrats.
Comment by Michael Teitelbaum on 2/28/2008 at 4:35 PM:
So glad you liked it! And that's so cool that your son's friend had the book. He's the perfect age for it (and the website). I've found that 11 seems to be the average age of the kids who are writing in (and are enjoying the book), though I have heard from many adults who said it scared them too :) ... more
Comment by Joyce Hostetter on 2/28/2008 at 2:34 PM:
I had the same experience I sent you an invite and just like that I had one from you. I'll ignore the wisdom about not using cliques and simply say, "Great minds run in the same direction."
Comment by Michael Teitelbaum on 2/28/2008 at 2:27 PM:
Thanks for the hello, Mary Ann. Yeah, I've been doing this for a while (the only way to build up a big list), but my Scary States of America book is the one I'm most excited about. It's a collection of 50 short stories, one from each state, all dealing with the paranormal (ghosts, UFOs and aliens, ... more
Comment by Jim Brenneman on 2/9/2008 at 5:25 PM:
Hi Mary Ann:
I've been on the site for a little while and if the opinion of an absolute stranger counts it's a great place to find out about all sorts of ceative types. I'm always in awe of writers. My 8 year old Katie has finally reached the point where she reads to me so it's good to know th... more
Comment by Mary Ann Scott on 2/8/2008 at 8:19 AM:
Thanks, Eric!
Comment by Eric Hammond on 2/7/2008 at 11:51 PM:
Hello, Mary Ann.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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