Author Archives: Reynold Conger

About Reynold Conger

Reynold Conger is a retired scientist, engineer and teacher. Now writing fiction. His books are CHASED ACROSS AUSTRALIA, MY KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR and REDUCING MEDICAL COSTS (AT THE COST OF HEALTH). He has also started a series of novelas called THE RICHARD TRACY SERIES. Residence: New Mexico, USA Hobbies: gardening, animals and running. website www.ReynoldConger.com

Thank you God

Four days ago I had a ninth month anniversary of my stroke. While I find it difficult to feel thankful for having had a stroke, I do thank God for the many blessings I have received during my recovery. The … Continue reading

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will gun-control work better than the 18th amendment?

Gun control will not be any more effective than prohibition was. Continue reading

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Talk to Write

In January I had a stroke.I posted the details in a post titled sick leave. I was fortunate that the stroke was an ischemic stroke meaning that was caused by a blood clot. This meant that I was a candidate … Continue reading

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CHILDREN,PLAY NICE TOGETHER

A recent study by the University of Maryland showed that 48% of each political party hates the other party. What is remarkable is that neither party is intentionally promoting political hatred. The percent of members who are engaged in hate … Continue reading

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A little vanity can be good

I had a stroke in January. I have been out of rehab for about two months. In rehab, I learned to walk with a quad cane. Once home, I got around the house mostly in my wheelchair but kept practicing … Continue reading

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Sick leave

People tend to think writers are invincible. Some writers are of the same opinion of themselves nothing can stop the writing. Of course, that is not the case. We get sick just like the rest of you. In January, I … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah

I wish everyone a merry Christmas and my Jewish friends a belated happy Hanukkah. We all enjoy the presents, the songs and the parties that make up the secular celebration of Christmas. They have become part of our culture even … Continue reading

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