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RC Hancock
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Author of An Uncommon Blue - Cedar Fort 2014
Author of An Uncommon Blue - Cedar Fort 2014

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RC Hancock commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks so much, Rorie, for taking the time to review it!! I'll try to put more history in book 2. :)

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The End of Story Surgeon and the Beginning of My Career!
This will be my last post on the Story Surgeon General blog.  Far from being a sad event, this is wonderful news! I have several incredible announcements, but I'm going to start by saying THANK YOU to all those that pledged their support of my app. (Gin Nix...

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The Way of Kings - (PG-13)
SURGEON GENERAL RATING -  PG-13 Weighing in at a whopping 1007 pages, this is not an undertaking for the novice fantasy reader. Nor is it a novel for children. Although the language is tame by usual adult fiction standards, there is enough violence to give ...

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RC Hancock commented on a post on Blogger.
Here's my reply. (And some of the answers to your questions are in the comments over at Victoria's blog.)
http://storysurgeongeneral.blogspot.com/2014/01/morality-and-thomas-jefferson.html

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Morality and Thomas Jefferson
Until February 15th, the newly constructed  Mormon temple  in Gilbert, Arizona, USA will be giving inside tours to the public. This is noteworthy because, once the building is dedicated only those members of the church who are in good standing can enter. So...

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RC Hancock commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks for your article, Mick. It's true that we buy what we like. The difference is that some of the people I think make the best coffee only sell it with sugar (with the assumption that everyone loves it.) So when I continue to buy it and try to scoop out the grains, I'm showing my appreciation for everything else that went into making the coffee. 
It wasn't the rampant sex in The Wise Man's Fear that made me read it, it was the great characters and story. 
Yes, I can just avoid it. (And I would except I've already expressed how much I enjoyed the other aspects of it.) 
You feel my war is "unnecessary" and to 90% of the population it is. But for us 10% who value wholesomeness as much as a good story, the war is inevitable.

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The Most Important Blog Post I Will Ever Write
I just returned from my grandpa's 90th birthday party. This is him as a Merchant Marine in WWII. Here's another picture of him taken about a year ago. One day I hope to be half as amazing as him. Sadly, while Grandpa Chuck was recounting war stories this ev...

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How a Shoddy Sequel Inspired Me to Spend $15K
It all began with A Wise Man's Fear . The book is the second in Patrick Rothfuss's fantasy series, and he completely botched it . He took the character I loved and turned him into an unrecognizable thief and womanizer. He filled an obscene number of pages w...
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