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Interview: Morrie Richfield, Author of Mr. Breeze

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Morrie Richfield resides in Pennsylvania with his two twin eight-year-old sons, his dogs and his cat. Mr. Richfield is currently at work on his next novel, and he still dreams that someday the world will be a better place for all of us to live.

Mr. Richfield’s latest book is the inspirational novel, Mr. Breeze.

Readers can learn more about Morrie Richfield and his work by visiting his website.

Could you please tell us a bit about your book? The story? The characters?

Mr. Breeze is a book about hope, it asks the question how would we all be judged if our maker was to suddenly appear. It asks us to look inside ourselves and ask that question. It is not a book meant to insult anyone or their beliefs it only offers a different prospective of our origins. It is also the story of one unbeliever who came to question himself his purpose and what he truly does believe in.

How did you come up with the title and how much say did you have on the cover design?

The title comes from a name one of the characters uses in the book which he takes from a J.J. Cale song that came out in the early ’70s. I did tell the art people how I wanted the cover and they did a great job to bring it to reality.

Do you have a favorite line or excerpt that you would like to share from your book?

Only the dedication I made to my sons “Never stop dreaming boys, you never know when they might come true.”

What are some of your favorite ways to promote your work?

I love doing radio and TV interviews

What is a typical writing day like for you?

I wake up at around 4 am have coffee write for an hour than feed my dogs, workout, take care of my sons, and then get ready for work.

What are some ways that you like to relax?

Being with the amazing women I share my life with.

What author/s do you think are overlooked in the writing/reading world today?

I do not have time to read with eight-year old twins and a company to run, along writing my own novels my day is pretty full.

What author would you most like to meet and why?

The ones I’d like to meet are dead.

Do you have any upcoming projects that you would like to share with readers?

The sequel to Mr. Breeze titled Revelation: the Return of Mr. Breeze

What is something about yourself that would come as a surprise to many people?

I have been a dreamer all my life, and hope that never changes.

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