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So adorable.
 
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So much going on this week. “Witch’s Curse” is out! The second book in the Witch’s Trilogy is available. If you haven’t read book 1, “Witch’s Sacrifice“, and you’d like to then let me know. I’ll happily give you a free copy. Since releasing “Witch’s…
So much going on this week. "Witch's Curse" is out! The second book in the Witch's Trilogy is available. If you haven't read book 1, "Witch's Sacrifice", and you'd like to then let me know. I'll ha...
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How appropriate.
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For this weeks #saturdayscenes  I posted the full first chapter of my new book, "Witch's Curse", on my blog. There's a snippet below, and if you'd like to continue reading it you will find it here: https://fangsandlasers.wordpress.com/2015/08/22/witchs-curse-chapter-1/
And you can find the book here: http://www.amazon.com/Witchs-Curse-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B0149VUVW2

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Blood. Sweat. Pain. Hunger.

Each new hurt layered on top of another until Brother Hawk had nothing left in his mind but anger to feed him. How long had he been trapped in the cage? Days? Weeks? Months? After centuries, his perception of time was clouded, and with no window to the outside world he had nothing to go on. He only knew that he hadn’t been fed since being locked in. His feathers were dull and grimy, dragging his skin down with layers of dirt. His tongue rasped along the dry roof of his mouth, trying to find saliva and failing.

“You! Fetch water,” a voice demanded outside the gray bars.

More torture, Brother Hawk thought. Not a new torture, either. Dangle the water, or the choice bit of flesh just outside the bars. Get the bird to scramble, clawing for it. Then take it away. An old torture. The only time he reacted to it now was when he could not claw down the savage hunger burning in his throat.

Today he could. Today he lay listless on the floor, his tongue rolling in dust. His wings spread out as far as they could in the cramped cell. Today they would find no reaction. Not until they brought the pokers, and knives.

The grating of metal on metal roused him enough to look, still moving nothing but his eyes. The door creaked open, the sound tearing into his ears. The door hadn’t been open in so long, but he was too tired to try to do anything about it. Not that a mad dash to freedom would have ended well. The curse saw to that.

A white-robed figure stepped through the door, a blurry shape against the dark background, a blob of brown swinging at his side. The smell of good, clean water, not the festering miasma of rotting slime the acolytes usually brought, made his nostrils flare, but still Brother Hawk would not succumb to the torture. He fought down the urge to drink. The urge to lunge for the pail.

The white shape knelt beside Brother Hawk and slowly lifted the brown blob closer. Water sloshed inside, the sound assaulting his ears with hope.

“Drink, Brother Hawk,” the man said. “You will not be denied this time.”

Brother Hawk blinked, the figuring getting a little less blurry. A mat of thick red hair. A bushy beard. Piercing black eyes. Were they black? They seemed black in his addled state.

Brother Hawk sucked in a deeper breath, his beak clacking together as the chains rattled around him.

“Get these chains off him,” the voice said, harsh and forceful.


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+John Sanders Thank you, I like the cover too. Not as amazing as the cover on book 1, but definitely good. 
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Witch's Curse is out!
http://www.amazon.com/Witchs-Curse-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B0149VUVW2

It's so great to finally have it out. Now on to book 3!
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"Witch;'s Sacrifice" is on sale for 99 cents this week in celebration of the new release, "Witch's Curse."

http://www.amazon.com/Witchs-Sacrifice-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B00WUMGLRC
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That storm was crazy. Power went out at my house at 3pm yesterday. Didn't come on again till 1pm today.

When we ventured out to find something for dinner (because you can't cook on an electric stove during a blackout) we saw tons of trees broken, uprooted, or branches snapped. We finally found some restaurants that were open, but one side of the street had electricity and they were over flowing with customers. The other side had no electricity, and many had closed their doors for the night.

We stopped in to Safeway in hopes of finding a nice sandwich, but they were running on back up generators. All their freezer and fridge cases had been blocked off and they were in the process of throwing a lot of it away. Including all the deli items.

So we ventured a little farther and found a nice gyro place that I didn't even know existed. Ordered, then right before I could pay their credit card machines went out. Had to go to the grocery store around the corner to buy something and get cash back.

Finally sat down to eat and it was delicious.

Spent the rest of the night making clay items and playing Splendor by candle light with my son. Then read my kindle paperwhite. Thank the electronic fairies for back lighting.

Not a horrible experience. At least it wasn't freezing out. 
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+John Sanders Nope, we usually have just rain. I've only been here 6 years though. It was just in line gusts of wind ranging from 60-90 mph. 
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This is the worst choice I've ever had. Headaches from heat because I can't open the window, or coughing, headaches and more because I did open the window and the smoke came in.

I have to go buy an ac unit tomorrow. It's now a health concern not just a comfort one.

Smoke allergies are incredibly annoying. 
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So done with allergies today. 
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In celebration of the release of my new book, Witch’s Curse, here is the first chapter. You can get the novel here. It is the sequel to “Witch’s Sacrifice“. ******* Blood. Sweat. Pain. Hunger. Each new hurt layered on top of another until Brother Hawk…
In celebration of the release of my new book, Witch's Curse, here is the first chapter. You can get the novel here. It is the sequel to "Witch's Sacrifice". ********* Blood. Sweat. Pain. Hunger. Ea...
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Got the book, did not get the house. Let's talk about that.
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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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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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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!
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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.
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reviewed 5 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.
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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.
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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 - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months 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.
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