Jul 1, 2015
On this episode of Ron’s Amazing Stories we have an interview with author Edward Hancock II who talks about his award winning series of detective thrillers. We also have a listener’s missing time story and if that wasn’t enough how about Chinese fable that is a kin to something Aesop himself would have wrote.
Raised a true East Texan, Edward Hancock II is a graduate of Sabine High School and Kilgore College. Born with Spina Bifida, Hancock was always a dreamer. These dreams became a reality at the age of 10 when he wrote what he considers to be his first real short story. By the age of 14, Hancock developed a deep love for writing poetry. By 19, he was a staff member of the Kilgore College Ranger Yearbook and Flare newspaper.
To date, Hancock’s writing resume consists of more than 15 short stories, over 100 poems, 3 self-published titles and two traditionally published novels. He is a proud member of the Northeast Texas Writers Organization (NETWO) as well as the East Texas Christian Writers. He is also a speaker for hire, regularly speaking to children’s and disabled groups on such topics as “life with no excuses” and “never give up on a dream”. His hobbies include reading, traveling, genealogy research and movies. He currently lives in Gilmer, Texas with a house full of four-legged children.
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