The Month of Mystery and Haunting Tales Giveaway

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1 Grand Prize: US only

2 eBooks, winner’s choice: international

The Grand Prize consists of:

1 Jane Austen Book Tote

1 Jane Austen’s Matchmaker Card Game

1 eBook, winner’s choice (from the Meryton Press library)

1 Pride & Prejudice 8.5″ x 5.5″ note pad with drawings from the 1995 miniseries and 2005 movis

4 Pride & Prejudice double fold note cards and envelopes; two cards from the 1995 miniseries and two from the 2005 movie

eBooks: 

Two winners may each choose one eBook from the Meryton Press library or may wait to receive one of the books that will be coming to the Meryton Press library. (International)

The Grand Prize winner will also receive one eBook from the Meryton Press library. (US only)

Thank you to everyone who participated and followed the posts. We loved hearing from you.

There is still time to comment on the October posts if you still have not, or if you have missed some of them. The links are below.

“The Pemberley Ravens” by Kelly Miller 

“All Hallow’s Eve” by Jan Hahn

“The Masquerade Ball” by Brigid Huey

“The Haunting of Longbourn” by C. P. Odom

“Haunted Hotel” by Suzan Lauder

“Haunted Manor” by Belén Paccagnella

“Lady Catherine’s Revenge” by Jan Hahn

Winners will be announced Wednesday

6 Responses

  1. Glynis
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    Wow! That will be one lucky US resident! (It does say US and not UK doesn’t it?)
    Oh well, the best prize was being able to read all the lovely vignettes and who knows? I may win another ebook, but if not there’s always next time 🤞Now about Christmas themes……………(hint hint)

    • Meryton Press
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      Glynis, I wish international postage was not so high. Wouldn’t that be nice! Maybe you will win an eBook!

      We’re probably going to do the Holiday memes again this year, (with giveaways). We will do some vignettes in 2020, I’m sure.

      Thank you so much for following and sharing your thoughts with the vignettes.

      • Glynis
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        You don’t need to tell me about International postage, my daughter, with two little boys, lives in Sydney and it costs me a fortune sending them stuff. After they visited me last year I even had to send a pack of their favourite cereal and they don’t like the Australian Calpol so I have to send that as well as books and small toys! So I totally understand the restrictions and will be very happy if I win a book but am just as happy to have shared my thoughts with the various generous authors who contribute!

  2. Anji
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    I’m with Glynis on this! Shame we’re both on the other side of that little pond from most of you. Wishing joy to the eventual winner of the Grand Prize and keeping everything crossed for the rest of us. Looking forward to seeing what you’ve planned for us for Christmas etc. Possibly a series of revels running through the entire festive season up till Twelfth Night?

  3. Sharon
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    My goodness! What a rich giveaway!! Good luck to all!

  4. Sheila L. Majczan
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    Thank you for your generosity.

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