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How the Safehold series WON'T end

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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by Tenshinai   » Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:57 am

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Michael Everett wrote:So David, what's your username on the fanfiction.net website? :lol:
I post my work as TheBeardedOne ;)

Oh? Currently reading your "Harry Tano", pretty good.

"The Quiet Fox" is probably good as well, but the format didn´t suit me so i only got around to reading parts of it.
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by biochem   » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:40 pm

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This would be a great short story to add to the next Worlds of Weber with exactly this title. I'm sure that the legions of Weber fans who aren't on the forum would enjoy it as much as we have.
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by profcough   » Mon Sep 23, 2013 5:38 pm

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Excellent! Awesomely excellent!
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by Skywatcher44   » Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:26 pm

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[quote="runsforcelery"]I promise I wasn't really smoking any prohibited substances when this came to me. But, I thought, what the heck, if Heinlein could do it, so can I. :twisted:

I wonder if it's fanfic when the author does it?

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That is the best, most totally awe inspiring fanfic I have ever had the pleasure to laugh through. And I think I caught every reference the first time through, and as big an RAH fan as I am, I had to go back through his a few times to catch them all! Thanks RFC.
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by Thrandir   » Sun Jan 19, 2014 9:57 am

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Awesome and then some ... had a good laugh and I must admit the idea had crossed my mind after reading OAR ... :lol:
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by biochem   » Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:38 am

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I've said it before, but RFC has got to put this in the next book of short stories with exactly this title so all of those who love his books but aren't on the forum get to read it too!
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by garfield   » Sun Jan 19, 2014 6:45 pm

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In my view, this thread rates a "Sticky"

I know I have said it before, but it is really entertaining and fun. Thanks again RFC.
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by Invictus   » Mon Jan 20, 2014 12:27 am

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garfield wrote:In my view, this thread rates a "Sticky"

I know I have said it before, but it is really entertaining and fun. Thanks again RFC.


Its now in the FAQs, under Pearls of Weber.... :D

"When you talk about damage radius, even atomic weapons pale before that of an unfettered idiot in a position of power." Sam Starfall
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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by kbus888   » Mon Jan 20, 2014 12:47 am

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Mr Weber

You are a strange -- very strange -- person !!

And I hope you continue in the same vein for many many years !!

Thank you sir, for entertaining and educating so many of us and making us laugh !!

The really really good teachers have the skill of presenting new and challenging ideas in such a way that their students are educated in spite of themselves !!

Congratulations on being one of the really good ones.

OK, I better stop now lest you get a swelled head. . .

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Re: How the Safehold series WON'T end
Post by peke   » Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:05 pm

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I actually read this ages ago, but just recently de-lurked, so I really have to say it now: I LOVED IT!

Keep up the good work RFC, great storytellers are scarce nowadays, and I´ve been a bookaholic since I was five.

Cheers!
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