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MY F*ING PRIORITIES FOR 2017*

Posted by Leona Wisoker on January 2, 2017 in Books, business, grieving, politics, Reading, Uncategorized, Writing |

*may contain some swearing** **All right, a lot of swearing***. ***Sorry not sorry. PRIORITY ONE: Write. Fuck housework, fuck checking Twitter and Facebook, fuck returning phone calls, fuck opening the mail, just write. Once word count for the day is reached, THEN I can do all those things–and the other stuff on this list. PRIORITY […]

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End of Year Wrapup

Posted by Leona Wisoker on November 30, 2016 in Books, business, Uncategorized, winter, Writing |

It’s not even December yet, and I’m ready to call 2016 a wrap. How about you? This hasn’t been an entirely bad year, though it’s certainly knocked many of us on our respective keesters more than once. Let’s look at the good stuff – and some weird stuff – as we haul ourselves up and […]

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About Them Broads…

Posted by Leona Wisoker on June 24, 2016 in business, Uncategorized, Writing |
http://broaduniverse.org

Some years ago, I came across a fledgling organization called Broad Universe, aimed at helping women spec-fic writers around the world. I thought it sounded neat, so I signed up; since then, other than dutifully renewing my membership every year, I’ve almost entirely ignored it. I’ve helped out with this n that, and participated in […]

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Friday Fiction Roundup

Posted by Leona Wisoker on June 10, 2016 in Books, business, Reading, Uncategorized, Writing |

I don’t have any free fiction to hand out this time around, and I’m running crazy frazzled behind, but I haven’t forgotten you, ya wonderful patient reader, you! I’ve been hunting down items to talk about this week. I’ll start out with the Useful Stuff: Zen in the Art of Short Fiction Titling by John […]

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On Seeds, and Leaving Facebook…

Posted by Leona Wisoker on May 25, 2016 in business, grieving, Uncategorized, Writing |

Begin where you are. I’ve given that advice so many times it seems etched into my bones. When you’re at a loss for what to write, start with something real nearby: the temperature, the humidity, a flower outside, a smell. It can all be edited later for continuity; the important thing is to BEGIN. And […]

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