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Crissy Moss
Lives in Seattle, wa
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Disappointing eye candy.
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Omg so many amazing games coming out this year. 
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I‘m starting to put together a map of the entire world of Peyllen, and how the Sea of Tears (from the “Witch’s Trilogy”) fits into the greater world. You can see the Sea of Tears in the middle with land on either side. Oddly the islands in the Sea of…
I'm starting to put together a map of the entire world of Peyllen, and how the Sea of Tears (from the "Witch's Trilogy") fits into the greater world. You can see the Sea of Tears in the middle with...
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I need to remember this. It looks amazing!
 
If you haven't already watched this, you need to.

You need to watch it ten times....
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Well, tooth ache kept me up most of the night so now I'm exhausted. Can't wait to go home and sleep.

And I was really looking forward to playing board games with +Eric Franklin​ tonight. Sigh.

I guess I better go see a dentist soon. Stupid fillings falling out... 
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+Eric Franklin figures. I'm not cool enough to run with the big dogs. 😛
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I’ve always enjoyed building maps, and world building in general. I have a few dozen of them stashed among the pages of old hand written story ideas, their edges smudged over time, and words sometimes faded out till it’s illegible. But the concept, the…
I've always enjoyed building maps, and world building in general. I have a few dozen of them stashed among the pages of old hand written story ideas, their edges smudged over time, and words someti...
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A customer came in looking to pack his games and game consoles because he’s flying cross country. I suggested shipping as its safer and you can get insurance. He said it was cheaper to take it with him, but he’s worried about his consoles. Me: see, that’s…
A customer came in looking to pack his games and game consoles because he's flying cross country. I suggested shipping as its safer and you can get insurance. He said it was cheaper to take it with...
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And now for a small rant on the failure of our medical payment system. The current poverty line for a single mother with one child in Washington state is 54,000. I made 28,000 last year. That seems to be below the poverty line,  to me. That’s because…
And now for a small rant on the failure of our medical payment system. The current poverty line for a single mother with one child in Washington state is 54,000. I made 28,000 last year. That seems...
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I’m close to finishing book three in my Witch’s Trilogy. This has taken me almost a year and a half to complete. What started as a simple 80,000 word stand alone novel has become a 230,000 word trilogy, something I never thought I could write. I mean the…
I'm close to finishing book three in my Witch's Trilogy. This has taken me almost a year and a half to complete. What started as a simple 80,000 word stand alone novel has become a 230,000 word tri...
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Seattle, wa
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Kenmore, Wa - Bothell, wa - Corning, Ca - Cando, ND - Duvall, Wa - York, ND - Kerville, Tx - Rock Lake, ND - Gerber, CA
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Good things come to those who wait... but I'm not going to just wait
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I am an avid writer and reader. I enjoy everything from horror, steam punk, and fantasy, to hard science fiction, and non fiction books.

I write horror, science fiction, fantasy, and a little paranormal romance.

The easiest way to follow me is to check out my website, http://fangsandlasers.wordpress.com/, where you can get the latest updates. 
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Currently has eleven titles available on Amazon, including three in print. Others following shortly.
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June 6
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Christy Moss
Absolutely delicious! The teriyaki comes on a sizzling player, and the tuna rolls are some of the freshest I've ever had. They also have bubble tea. Good prices, great food. Highly recommended!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Best Thai in town. We've been coming here for years and have yet to be disappointed by anything we've had. Good portions fair prices, great service, and delicious food.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I had been sick for a week and finally decided to go to the doctor. This office is close to my house, and had walk in service so I went. Knowing that I had no insurance they helped keep my bill down as much as possible, but still gave me great care, and the meds I needed to get back to normal. They even have a 30% discount program for those paying up front.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This is a little shop, but with a nice selection of current titles. Cheerful and helpful staff who seems to know about the comic book industry. He also mentioned "sidewalk sales" for back issues, and was quick to help me order any in stock comics that I wanted.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Incredible service. They replaced a radiator hose for me, did an oil change, topped off all the fluids, vacuumed the floors and washed my widows. The manager, James, also showed me which hoses would need replacing soon, and how to tell if they were old or not. Great customer service, and the waiting room was clean, and had coffee, juice and water to drink. All in all a great experience. Will go here again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The staff isn't all that interested in customers. Have had better service and selection elsewhere. Only important thing seems to be the Emerald City Comic Con which this store is a big part of, otherwise not worth it.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
You have to pick and choose to get the really good items. A lot of things are priced a little high, but if you just want a new paperback, or a shelf for your room a great place. Just be careful you aren't paying retail for a used item.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago