Literary Blogs by Members

Listed below is a list of blog posts written by members of The Literary Net. They cover a variety of topics and ideas related to reading, writing, and literature. Enjoy the words written by your fellow book lovers, and learn from the ideas they share.

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More #Colleges Offering Free #Tuition

by on June 24, 2016

I just read on my newsfeed (under money) an article by Craig Warga written for #Bloomberg listing 21 colleges with free tuition. Of course, he missed four major schools that offer free tuition. Some o ... more


#FAA Rules for #Drones that Weren’t Considered

by on June 22, 2016

The new FAA rules that govern the use of drones include operators keeping drones in sight at all times, flying drones only in daylight and height and speed restrictions. However, there are several rul ... more


Man Rules

by on June 20, 2016

I didn’t write these and I don’t know the author, but a friend of mine shared them with me and I thought them too good not to share. Enjoy! Man Rules – author unknown. At last a guy has ta ... more


Father’s Day: Reconciling with Your Father

by on June 16, 2016

I wanted to write something about Father’s Day, but the truth is I don’t have any great memories of my biological father from my childhood. My mother and father divorced when I was six. My mother ... more


June 14 is the Army’s Birthday

by on June 14, 2016

The Army has defended out nation for 241 years. It has changed many times trying to keep up with new doctrine, strategy, tactics and technology. It has fought many wars and battles over the years. Th ... more


The 10 through 20 Things You Should Never, Ever Leave in the Car

by on June 10, 2016

I just read on my newsfeed an article from Reader’s Digest about the 9 Things You Should Never, Ever Leave in the Car. It mentioned medications, electronics, sunscreen, water bottles, handbags, glas ... more


The Hoarding of Hate

by on June 14, 2016

Sometimes shit happens and I feel compelled to “go there,” to speak my mind. And so… To me it seems things have taken a turn in the U.S. that’s unlike anything I’ve seen over the past ha ... more


How to Respect the Flag

by on June 12, 2016

June 14 is Flag Day. The following was written by Lynn M. Peterson, an Army Retirement Services Program Manager. I thought it worth repeating on flag day. Do you know the proper conduct when the Un ... more


Too Many Sub-plots

by on June 06, 2016

I like to watch TV. However, lately my favorite shows seem to have added so many sub-plots that it’s hard to keep them straight. There’s a sub-plot for each relationship. Here’s an example of a ... more


Reflections on Visiting #Colorado

by on June 03, 2016

Last week I went to Colorado Springs to attend my grandson’s high school graduation and my oldest son’s retirement from the Air Force. I have a couple of observations. I never saw a calorically ... more



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