Literary Blogs by Members

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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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The Grid Warrior

by on March 21, 2018

So part 2 of The Gird Warrior trilogy is now complete. Grid World is now in proof reading and I hope to publish this summer. I am looking forward to this, writing the book was great fun and now I am p ... more


by on September 16, 2018

Matica is a strong, brave girl, who battles with her handicap and how others view her. But this isn't a story only about her gaining acceptance or over coming her challenges. Rather, it's a tale packe ... more

My Life

by on September 11, 2018

AN INTERVIEW WITH ERNEST BRAWLEY Ernest Brawley, a native Californian, is the man behind the gritty prison novel The Rap, a runaway bestseller which went on to be adapted into the Hollywood movie Fas ... more

Buy the perfect support for the alignment of the teeth

by on September 06, 2018

Now, people need the correct posture of the teeth with the help of the correct types of brackets. The brackets are available in different forms in the market today. You can only buy the prescribed sup ... more

Colloquy in Dissertation -

by on August 29, 2018

Jake exhibited a record of prompt gregariousness and sufficient due arrogance in an effort to ensure that his team was clear of his role in their employment. In addition to that, his way of relati ... more

Romance Shmo-mance

by on August 20, 2018

While we women authors often include at least a touch of romance in our novels, it doesn’t mean women understand romance better than men or even that we’re better at "working" it. Perhaps—and th ... more

Writing Fast Does Not Pay

by on August 18, 2018

I wrote this about a year ago for a writing newsletter and it still applies today. •Read out loud–This was told to me by a dear friend when I started writing children’s books. It makes sense be ... more

Unexpected Friends

by on August 16, 2018

When you open a page on social media if your like me you have one page for just family and close friends and you have a page that you market your self and your books on. What I didn't expect is how y ... more

Discovering Aslan

by on August 05, 2018

This Blog links to the main Blog for Discovering Aslan: High King above all Kings in Narnia - a devotional commentary on the role of Aslan in The Chronicles of Narnia by C S Lewis. Find the hidden Sto ... more

Writing and Reading

by on August 01, 2018

I love both. As a reader I am in thrall to a book where the characters are so well drawn that I need to follow their story to the end page. I know, by page 40, if I am going to continue reading. As ... more

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