Writing Rubbish

By Jan Hahn I wish I was an inventor. I have a long list of helpful objects I’d love to see invented. The top two would be a bra containing a tiny hydraulic lift, and the second would be a … Read More

Writer? Who, Me?

By Jenetta James Writing sneaked up and grabbed me when I wasn’t expecting it. I never had myself pegged as a novelist at all, until it was actually happening. I blinked, and it became part of the landscape. So I … Read More

Sneak Peek to a Work in Progress by Linda Beutler

Work in Progress: Not a Moment’s Peace, Pride and Prejudice in the Style of P.G. Wodehouse by Linda Beutler Once upon a time, during a pleasant evening in the chat room at the Meryton Literary Society, the regular gentleman member … Read More

An Author’s Journey with Karen M Cox

Back in April, I had the opportunity to talk with readers during the Meryton Press Dear Friend Event about reading—mostly about how the meandering paths my reading history took have shaped and developed my love for books over the years. … Read More

Learning from My Mistakes—Why the Blog Series?

Guest Post: Suzan Lauder shares with us what inspired her newest blog post series. I’m a reader more than I’m a writer. At any given point in time, I’m reading 7 or 8 books and stories, which tends to include … Read More

Sofa Sophia and the Farmer’s Market: A chat with Suzan Lauder!

I “met” author/blogger/reviewer/Goodreads host Sophia Rose in the virtual world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction before we were both honoured with short stories in the Meryton Press holiday anthology Then Comes Winter, but that’s where I came to know her … Read More

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