Tag Archives: medical thriller

Where my Characters Come From

People ask how I come up with my characters. Obviously no author can make all of their characters from whole cloth. I will use my book Reducing Medical Costs (At the Cost of Health) as an example. Occasionally, I will … Continue reading

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An Interview of a Fictional Character

When I write a book, the characters appear in my imagination as though they were alive. So if a character were to walk into my fictional office, I could interview him or her. In fact I am expecting Lois Bunting … Continue reading

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The Risk of Government Management of Healthcare

Is fiction just for entertainment, or should there be a serious side? The entertainment factor is important, but some fictional books are intended to get the reader to ask himself or herself some serious questions. When I wrote Reducing Medical Costs … Continue reading

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Another Party Invitation

My pre-launch party seems to have had a technical glitch, but those who sucessfully registered and those who told me they attended even though no registration came through, told me they had fun. Let’s try it again. I will hold a … Continue reading

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Come to the Party

You are invited to a virtual pre-launch party on my website, ReynoldConger.com. My newest book is Reducing Health Costs (at the Cost of Health). I will be released May 16, 2015 by Kellan Publications.  Because of this, I am throwing a … Continue reading

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Release Date Set

Kellan Publishing has just informed me that my newest book, Reducing Medical Expenses (At the Cost of Health), will be released on May 16, 2015. I will be getting a press release out soon. Kellan has set up an author page for … Continue reading

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Progress on New Book

Our health depends on good medical  care. We all have our opinions about how medical care should be dispensed, but more and more our medical options are being preempted by government programs and government regulations. We are increasingly at risk … Continue reading

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