July 13, 2014: My Obsession with the Cost of a Hack

I go a little crazy when I’m researching for a story. A little detail that might be three words can have a week of research behind it. Case in point: the cost of a hack from the mail coach terminus … Read More

Canaday Day Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to Raven RJ Johnson who won the bonus prize of 3 Jane Austen themed giftbags from J Marie Croft and to Elena Darcy who wins an Alias Thomas Bennet necklace and one book of her choice written by one … Read More

The Purple Virgin’s Bower, Clematis viticella

    Before launching myself completely into the debut of Longbourn to London, I cannot leave The Red Chrysanthemum behind without including one more flower used by both Darcy and Elizabeth in their nosegays to each other. Identified as merely … Read More

Inspiration – What Makes Us Tick?

Each one of us has moments of inspiration.  Some are inspired to create, others to action, others to thought.  You may have noticed the theme on Meryton Press’s social media recently.  We want to explore what inspires you and share … Read More

Meet Award-Winner Cynthia Ingram Hensley June 14th and 15th

Cynthia Ingram Hensley, Author, will join 45-60 other authors at the West Gate Mall in Spartanburg, SC. Authors will meet and greet fans as well as sign their books. The event will be held on Saturday,June 14th from 10am to … Read More

Stronger Even Than Pride Blog Tour, June 16-27

Stronger Even Than Pride, by Gail McEwen starts it’s blog tour on June 16th.  Follow the tour to read excerpts from the book, read reviews, learn more about Gail, and participate in giveaways of the book. This is the second … Read More

Increasing and Multiplying: Love’s Aftermath by J. Marie Croft

Author’s Note: In honour of Mother’s Day – and for those who wished there had been a bit more closure for some Love at First Slight characters – this verbose, cobbled-together, completely unedited tailpiece provides but a glimpse into life … Read More

Award-Winning Roster

We are proud to share that in recent weeks, three of our publications have garnered 4 awards. The first award in the pack went to The Red Chrysanthemum by Linda Beutler in which the language of flowers plays a dominant … Read More

The Secret Betrothal – Jan Hahn – Austenesque Reviews

In her latest and much anticipated Pride and Prejudice variation, author Jan Hahn has boldly and daringly done the unthinkable…she has engaged Elizabeth Bennet to George Wickham! And she’s not just engaged – but secretly engaged! *gasp* Can you believe … Read More

You are Invited to the South Carolina Book Festival

We had such a great time meeting some of our fans at the Los Angeles Festival of Books last month (read about it here).  We hope to have the same kind of wonderful experience meeting our East Coast fans at … Read More

Author confession: I was diverted from my purpose… which means a new redhead story on AHA!

With my current novel less than a chapter from being completed, why do I find myself scribbling down a short story that keeps sneaking additional ideas into itself, not to mention an original character? Authors will tell you this happens … Read More

Happy Dancers

Wowee!  In less than a week, we have added 4 awards to our roster!  In addition to the Silver IPPY Award earned by Linda Beutler for The Red Chrysanthemum, we now have 3 Indie Book Publisher Awards from two more … Read More

The Proud Parent Feeling

When one of our authors succeeds, it makes us here at Meryton Press feel like proud parents. Though the honor of giving birth to the story goes to the author, our staff has gone through the long hours of editing … Read More

A Festive Time Was Had By All…

The Los Angeles Festival of Books – the largest Book Festival in the US – was almost two weeks ago and I think I have just about recovered from the experience. This was the second year Meryton Press had a … Read More

Finding Folly by Linda Beutler

This month we have a special treat from Linda Beutler, author of The Red Chrysanthemum and gardener extroardinaire, who wrote this little story for you, our readers.    Elizabeth Bennet was vexed with herself. She would have liked to think that … Read More

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