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Listed below is a list of literary blogs written by members of The Literary Net. All visitors can read a blog, but you must log in to post comments and interact with the author and other members.



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One Hit Wonders

by on January 06, 2016

Harper Lee (To Kill a Mockingbird), Emily Bronte (Wuthering Heights), Margaret Mitchell (Gone With the Wind), J.D.Salinger (The Catcher in the Rye), and Boris Pasternak (Doctor Zhivago) are all one hi ... more


A Normal World

by on January 05, 2016

This is a review of Dhungwana 2117: A captivating sci-fi novel: The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1. This is an interesting mix of science fiction, social commentary, and what I like to call ... more


My 4th Novel

by January 05, 2016

Coming January 17 (my 90th birthday) on Amazon.com, my new book: MURDER MADE LEGAL: A Casey Alton Mystery Self-proclaimed sailboat bum and former motorcycle gang chief Smitty are pulled into yet a ... more


Share newsletters/blogs.

by January 05, 2016

Any author interested in sharing newsletters, blogs etc? I have about 200 on my mailing list and blog and post regularly on facebook, linked in, google +, etc. Interested in me adding your output to ... more


Bob E Sherman for President

by on December 28, 2015

I am proud to announce my Independent candidacy for President of the United States for 2016. Only Independents will vote for the best idea no matter who proposes it. My goal as President will be to ... more


Expand into Audiobooks

by on December 29, 2015

Once you have published your eBook on Amazon, and maybe on Smashwords (for multiple platforms), you have probably created a print format of your work, and now have it published in paperback form on Cr ... more


Possible Site for new free reviews

by on December 29, 2015

As Writers, we all need reviews on our books. It is a hard task to get them, when any reader can get as many free books to read as they want, and they are usually not interested in taking the effort t ... more


Anyone have any connections on the Literary Net?

by on December 28, 2015

I have been trying to subtly encourage folks to do this connect thing with me that the navigation bar says is a thing, with no actual connections yet. I can only reach a limited number of conclusions ... more


Where do I go with this chapter?

by on December 25, 2015

I am kind of winging it with this chapter. I don't have a lot of action planned, and it will be sort of an informational setup for the next few chapters. Very sparse notes on content at the end of the ... more


Tales of the Vuduri

by on November 28, 2015

The 24-chromosome people of the 35th century are called the Vuduri. I have written over 1000 articles about them over on Goodreads. Rather than repeat those articles or worse, double my work-load, ple ... more



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