The voluminous peculiar writing of what author Paul Tanner calls “My Book” for the lack of a better title. He wound up with what turned out to be his autobiography, with all his collected patient comments and quotes. Then he just called it ‘My Whole Life and 48 Years of Small Town Family Medical Practice.” The author said he had no idea how to write a book…as you can see, if you read even one paragraph. He started to call it “Doctorin’,” or “Patient’s Moments in Time,” or “Often Late To See The Doctor, Because He Took So Much Time With Other Patients.” He remembers one new patient, who sat in his office 30 minutes, got up and left. A few days later he received a bill for his time, for waiting, $50.00. He failed to pay him, and was a little worried that he may turn him over to a Collection Agency.