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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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Darkside Resurrection

by on April 01, 2017

I write young adult and fantasy. My book is available as an ebook on for the bargain price of $2.99. If you enjoy fantasy and adventure give it a try and let me know what you think! ... more

Charge Of An Angel (After The Storm Publishing Presents) (Love and Redemption Series Book 1) by Linda Diane Wattley

by on March 28, 2017

My name is Leona Tillard and I need your help. You see, I have been spending my whole life trying to know who I am. I was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, and a product of a temporary single-parent hom ... more

Thinking Outside the Box But in a Picture

by on March 28, 2017

As a member of the Knoxville Writers Guild, and in particular of the Guild’s Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writers’ Group, I recently joined in on a writing experiment that was downright fun. The idea was that e ... more

Advance Chess: Quiet Reflections Of The Double Set Game by Siafa B. Neal

by on March 24, 2017

Advance Chess- Quiet Reflections of the Double Set Game (D4.2.31) - Book 2, Vol. 5 - by Siafa B. Neal is book seven in his line of professional chess instruction books. Learn Advance Chess from a m ... more

Is My Blog in the Fun Ballpark?

by on February 24, 2017

Hopefully, some of you have checked out a few of my blog posts since I began the blogging adventure just a few months ago. If you haven’t, now would be as good a time as any. I’ll wait . . . N ... more

Just Recompense

by on March 13, 2017

Just thought I would speak my mind on this new report. I know it takes me a good two years to write a book. It takes money to have it edited, a cover made, formatted, and it takes me a huge amount of ... more

Even the Birds Don't Sing

by on March 18, 2017

I walked along the narrow path that twisted and turned through the dense forest. The sun filtered through the trees and the meadow was just ahead. I hummed as I looked at the daisies, blue bells and e ... more

Cheap Fixes—And Tiresome Writing

by on March 12, 2017

The art of writing is actually attempted communication between alien worlds. Let me explain. No two people have the exact same mental “picture” for a word, much less a whole sentence. We are pat ... more


by on March 11, 2017

There you were All alone in there Such a pretty little one Looking up hopefully "We would like a visit" "If you please" You were exquisite We were escorted to a little room She brought you int ... more

The Downfall Of Marriage by Else Byskov

by on March 08, 2017

Do you have marital problems? Do you find it difficult to live in harmony in marriage? Have you never married? Do you think there is something wrong with you for being single or divorced? If y ... more

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