John Reizer Interview on Goodreads Platform

By Dr. John Reizer

Goodreads recently interviewed yours truly on the author’s platform about The Target List novel. To read the interview on Goodreads, visit their website by clicking one of the blue links below. Then make sure to follow John Reizer as an author and have a chance to win one of a hundred copies of my novel in The Target List giveaway on Goodreads during the month of August, 2019.

The Interview;

John Reizer My most recent novel, The Target List was written with the dual intent to entertain its readers while teaching them about the many machinations currently taking place within organized medicine and through its handler, the pharmaceutical industry.

This book delves into a subject that most authors would probably steer away from. But one of the great things about being an indie author is that you have the creative freedom to do what you want.

The Target List is an important book, in my opinion, because it exposes readers to certain truths embedded within a fictional construct that they wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to.

The idea for the book was borne out of my deep desire to educate healthcare consumers about these concepts and to do so through a fictional plot so that readers would actually absorb the material and not be concerned that it was too far removed from the conventional paradigms that have been etched into our collective psyche.

 

2 thoughts on “John Reizer Interview on Goodreads Platform

  1. Kristen O'Hara August 3, 2019 / 10:52 pm

    I just read your story on Kindle. I have to tell you that I was pleasantly surprised by just how well written the novel is.

    I normally don’t read indie authors, but I am glad that I decided to give your book a chance.

    The plot was both strong and plausible; I loved your two heroes, Clyde and Donna. I loved WAND and the technology that was behind the device. Very clever!

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