All Hallow’s Eve by Jan Hahn

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  Author’s note: This vignette is based on a true story that happened to my father, the youngest of seven boys. One Halloween night, one of his brothers and his mother scared all the boys, but especially my father. I … Read More

The Pemberley Ravens by Kelly Miller

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    My first association with ravens was the immortal poem, “The Raven,” by American gothic horror writer Edgar Allan Poe. “The Raven,” originally published in 1845, presents the bird as a symbol of death, loss, and ultimately, evil. But … Read More

A Month of Mystery, Haunting Tales, and Strange Happenings

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  October is a month of mystery, haunting tales, and strange happenings. Visit the Meryton Press blog every Friday and a few Mondays to read an eerie tale written by one of the authors. We invite you to join us … Read More

Summer Holiday Vignette Winners

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It seemed that everyone had a good time with the summer holiday vignettes. We appreciate that you followed along and shared your thoughts with us. I think some of you may have convinced the author to make his/her vignette into … Read More

Becalmed by Suzan Lauder

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This Friday’s post is the last vignette for our Summer Holiday Event. Spend a magical morning in paradise with Darcy and Elizabeth in Suzan Lauder’s “Becalmed.”   Becalmed The heat seemed interminable and certainly made it impossible to sleep. Elizabeth … Read More

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