Author Archive: Leona Wisoker

A Small Price To Pay

In the world of Leona R. Wisoker’s Children of the Desert series, the teyanain are a mysterious, insular tribe who control the major access point between the northern kingdom and the southern desert Families. Outsiders know little to nothing about…
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Getting Back Up… Again…

I am seriously going to start declaring December as a no-go for EVERYTHING in the future. Year after year, I wind up flat on my arse, incapable of doing anything but coughing and sleeping for record stretches. Year after year,…
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Decisions, Decisions….

Going back through all the old blog posts and web site pages, I’ve come to the following conclusion: Most of it isn’t worth keeping live, because: It’s outdated It’s not as well written as what I’m doing today It’s a…
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Windy Day Musing

First posted in The Writing of a Wisoker on the Loose, 2/25/2011 The wind is blowing hard today, and I’m nervous over warnings that it’s possible tornado weather–a section of our fence blew down last weekend, and it’s only temporarily…
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When Business IS Personal…

I have long held up the standard of Don’t Go Into Business With Friends Or Family. I’m considering dropping that flag in favor of a better one. DGIBWFOF doesn’t reflect today’s small business reality, when a solidly built network of…
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