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These are the most recent 10 blog posts mentioning Mary Paladin in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader


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About Mary

ART is my oxygen- it lets me to breathe.WRITING is my sustenance- it feeds my soul.My artwork has been published, as has my writing, in various venues: Historical commissions, periodicals, on-line publications, mass market and others.Currently I am (almost finished!) working on an historical fiction, middle grade novel.I live in the beautiful Susquehanna Valley region of central PA and the (absol... More
Mary's Blog: Mary Paladin's Art - Recent Posts
2/2/2011I think I can, I think I can... (0 Comments )
...be much better at keeping up to date with this and my other blogs. I must confess, the ol' grey matter isn't what it used to be and I forget my 'things to do' more readily now. I have just put my blogs on a shortcut on my desktop; the chances are... Read the rest of this post
6/5/2010It's (A)LIVE! (0 Comments )
My brand new, exciting, color-filled, professionally designed website is now LIVE! I am very excited about it and thrilled with the results and service I was fortunate enough to have recieved from the designer. Thanks, Aaron! (That's Aaron Kline of... Read the rest of this post
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Books Recently Added to Mary's Bookshelf Ages Date Added
Books 1 - 4 of 12 from Mary's bookshelf, View all 12 books
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1. The Sign of the Beaver (Paperback)
    Author: Elizabeth George Speare
    Publisher: Yearling
Young Adults 6/12/2009
Mary said: I enjoyed this very much. The main characters (a teenaged white boy and a teenaged Indian boy) develop an essential friendship that provides both of them with the thing they need to grow up- each othe...more
tags: I read , I recommend
2,126 Reviews  
2. Bridge to Terabithia (Mass Market Paperback)
    Author: Katherine Paterson
    Illustrator: Donna Diamond
    Publisher: HarperTrophy
Young Adults 6/6/2009
Mary said: Liked this very much. Wonderful story, full of emotion. The author handles a very raw situation with authenticity and compassion.
tags: I read , Inspired me
11,027 Reviews  
3. The Higher Power of Lucky (Paperback)
    Author: Susan Patron
    Illustrator: Matt Phelan
    Publisher: Aladdin
Ages 9-12 6/6/2009
Mary said: I enjoyed this book but, not as much as I thought I would. I LOVED the characters and story premise; I didn't really care for the style of writing. It is a Newberry Medal winner and deservedly so (jus...more
tags: I read , I recommend
1,349 Reviews  
4. The Witness Tree and the Shadow of the Noose: Mystery, Lies, and Spies i...
    Author: K. E. M. Johnston
    Publisher: White Mane Publishing Company
N/A 4/17/2009
Mary said: Good book! Well written and moves along nicely.
tags: I read , I recommend
5 Reviews  
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Profile Comments
Comment by Meghan Killeen on 5/14/2009 at 11:14 AM:
HI Mary,

I live in the Lehigh Valley area so I can identify with your love of PA. Good luck on your projects. I would love to receive some suggestions on marketing your writing and getting publication.

Take care,

Comment by Debbie Patrick on 1/4/2009 at 10:59 AM:
I WILL go to that one as well. I am DETERMINED!! Remind me when it's time to register, can you? I'm forgetful like that.
Comment by Lori Laniewski on 4/30/2008 at 12:09 PM:
Hi Mary,
I love Jessica!
Comment by Chrissy Favreau on 4/2/2008 at 12:49 AM:
Hi Mary,
Thanks for the kind comment about my work! :O)
Comment by Stephanie Reed on 3/28/2008 at 3:35 PM:
Hi, Mary! Thanks for adding me! I visited your Web site and discovered you're multi-talented! :-)
Comment by Mary Ann Scott on 3/27/2008 at 2:30 PM:
Hey, Mary. What time period are you working on? I just posted a few links for research sources on my blog that might be helpful. Can't wait to catch up in the Poconos!
Comment by Terry Harshman on 3/22/2008 at 12:40 PM:
Mary, after a really bad week, you have lifted my spirits! I LOVE your "Leapin' Ladybugs!" The colors are so vibrant it almost looks like stained glass. I like "Jessica" too!

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