Library Commission celebrates Nan Marino’s accomplishment


Ocean County Library’s Commissioners approved a resolution at its April meeting, recognizing Nan Marino’s accomplishment with the publication of her second novel, “Hiding Out at the Pancake Palace.”

That evening, as she was about to begin her presentation of the book to families in Mancini Hall, Library Commissioner James T. Mullins surprised her and read  the resolution.

“I think I’m going to cry,” she said.

Taking a half minute, she composed herself and then proceeded to tell the three dozen people gathered about the wonders of writing, the work it involves, and the rewards it offers.


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