Wait. I detect a pattern. Hubbard was a pretty good sci-fi writer until he followed through on his observation that he could create a religion out of thin air. Joseph Smith was a pretty good story teller until he followed through on his observation that he could create a religion out of this air.
No wonder it's Mitt's fave book.
(For the record, it's not MY observation that I bring up Joseph Smith's story-telling ability; it's actually his mom who said such--that he could enrapture family members in his pre-Mormon years with great yarns).
George Washington’s mom didn’t appreciate what George was doing either. Some moms are like that.