The Haunting of Longbourn by C. P. Odom

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    The Haunting of Longbourn C. P. Odom Wednesday, October 27, 1813 Longbourn, Hertfordshire “Mr. and Mrs. Darcy, sir,” Hill announced from the door to her master’s refuge. “Tea is being prepared.” Mr. Bennet greeted his favourite daughter and … 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

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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