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Crissy Moss
Attended Cascadia Community College
Lives in Seattle, wa
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 And “Footprints” is OUT! Only 99 cents for the weekend. A short story about a man who loses his father, and goes away to a cabin in the woods to deal with the memories and emotions that threaten to overwhelm him. But he isn’t alone. There’s something in…
 And "Footprints" is OUT! Only 99 cents for the weekend. A short story about a man who loses his father, and goes away to a cabin in the woods to deal with the memories and emotions that threaten t...
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I just uploaded "Footprints", it should be available in the morning. 
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Hooray!
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I had this conversation with someone today on reddit, and I’d just like to share it. After writing it I felt so proud to be part of the indie community. And if you are an artist, writer, story teller, or just someone chasing your dreams… you should feel…
I had this conversation with someone today on reddit, and I'd just like to share it. After writing it I felt so proud to be part of the indie community. And if you are an artist, writer, story tell...
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I can quite clearly remember several times just this week when I woke up, rolled over to try and go back to sleep, and couldn't. Why? Because the story was playing in my head and I knew if I didn't write it down I'd lose it.
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Pen and paper and a laptop on standby on the nightstand. When do an author ever truly sleep in any case?
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Story idea:

Rewriting old fairy tales (like Cinderella) to be more "girl saving herself" instead of "guy rescuing the girl".

Would love a series of these as children's books.
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+Crissy Moss I think so too :)
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Really worth keeping in mind.
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This has been my weekend.
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I do not ask for things either +Sean Platt , so you're not alone in that.

In my case it's because I've had to be incredibly self reliant to survive. And whenever I did ask for help, or attention, or a little understanding... things always went horribly bad. So I just do it myself and take pride in a job well done, and never expect anything from anyone else. I don't know if that's a good way to live, but I'm never disappointed, and sometimes nicely surprised, so it works for me.
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+Sean Platt We're all broken in some way. No one can be completely perfect. It just makes you more human ;)
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This is absolutely fantastic!
 
Rumor has it, girls don't have to be princesses.

I'm shocked, I know, and I can tell you are too.
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What you said about writers asking how to get going on the writing... I listened to another podcast where a group of writers, including Brandon Sanderson, all said "inertia" was the hardest part of writing. Once you get going it's easy to stay moving, just like inertia. But getting those first words down is tough for everyone. The difference between an author and a wanna be is simply that an author knows how to get past the inertia of just sitting here.

And really, it's a lot like a brick just sitting there on the table. You have to put force into the brick to get it moving, and once you get it moving it keeps moving until something (friction, or a floor, or a wall) stops it. It's the same with writing. We, as writers, have to figure out what fuel will put us in motion. Is it writing something else? Writing a blog post? Listening to a podcast? Reading? Figure out what that thing is, and that will get you going.
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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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  • Cascadia Community College
    Humanities, 2010 - 2011
  • Shasta College
    Humanities, 2009 - 2010
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June 6
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Christy Moss
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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 - 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 - a year ago
reviewed a year 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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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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reviewed a year ago
This is one of the oldest walmarts i've been in, and the age shows. But they do have a lot of things, at okay prices. Just don't expect the best service. And WHY do all the cashiers wear rubber gloves? It makes me feel like they think i'll infect them.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago