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

Free Meryton Press Kindle Books

In conjunction with our presence at the Los Angeles Festival of Books this weekend, we will be offering some of our books free on Amazon Kindle. One set on Saturday and the other on Sunday. On Saturday, April 12th, you … Read More

The Long and Winding Road…

Stronger Even Than Pride is here!!!  In my hot little hands!!! The box from the printer arrived today, and even though it’s been on Amazon for a few days, it only just now feels real! It’s beautiful, don’t you think? … Read More

The Secret Betrothal Blog Tour – April 7-18

Mark your calendars for The Secret Betrothal Blog Tour beginning on April 7.  Get to know Jan Hahn through several guest posts on various blogs as well as see what the critics have to say about The Secret Betrothal, and … Read More

Souvenirs From Travels Through Fiction

We are in the business of books, and as such, usually have our noses in a book or three.  Our staff of bookworms is usually hard-pressed to focus on what’s outside of those worlds between two covers.  We’re such a … Read More

The Secret Betrothal: A Pride and Prejudice Alternate Path, by Jan Hahn – A Review | Austenprose – A Jane Austen Blog

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Marriage in Regency times was the rock that built Society’s foundation. Not only was it the most important step in a young woman’s life, the union could advance her family’s social standing and wealth. Throughout Jane Austen’s novels we are … Read More

Tickled pink and blushing – J.Marie Croft

I do not like to boast of my own darling child, Love at First Slight. Well, yes, in fact, I do! But I do not trust my own partiality. However, others wrote some reviews on the book; and very pretty … Read More

Los Angeles Festival of Books

Meryton Press will be at the Los Angeles Festival of Books on April 12&13 at Booth 965. The event is held at the USC Campus. Join us there to meet authors and pick up a copy of your favorite Austenesque … Read More

What do Saint Patrick and Jane Austen have in common?

Guest Post By Cynthia Ingram Hensley Top of the mornin’ to ye, fellow Austenites! And the happiest of Saint Patrick’s Day wishes! Now, to answer the question: What do Saint Patrick and Jane Austen have in common? Well, probably not … Read More

Consequences Blog Tour March 11-21

C P Odom’s Consequences Blog Tour is set to go next week with reviews, excerpts, a guest post, and giveaways. Learn more about what people have to say about Consequences, and don’t miss out on several chances to win a … Read More

Linda Beutler at the Portland Yard, Garden & Patio Show

This coming Sunday, March 2nd, Linda Beutler will be at the Yard, Garden & Patio Show in Portland, OR where she will be speaking about Planting the Language of Flowers.  The language of flowers plays a role in her novel, … Read More

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