Last night I had some friends over for dinner. One of them grabbed my ebook reader and went to read the reviews for “Mr. Breeze.” One of my dinner guests read each review which was mostly very complementary and the readers seemed to grasp the messages I was trying to convey. I was then asked if I intended my book to be an inspirational fantasy and what exactly is an inspirational fantasy? I began to laugh. “Nope,” I said, “the very last thing I thought ‘Mr. Breeze’ was would be an inspirational fantasy.”
The problem is that no one has ever read or seen or heard of anything like “Mr. Breeze” before and it does not fit in any known category and since everything must (do not ask me why that is I cannot tell you) have a category well they put “Mr. Breeze” in the one called “Inspirational Fantasy”.
“Well, what is it really?” someone asked me. I smiled and thought to myself “Should I really tell them? What the hell, why not?”
It is a self-help book, a textbook, it is a reality series on paper. It is what we see when we look in the mirror. It shows us our worst but gives a glimpse of what we can be. Someone was upset at the profanity in an inspirational book…well I’m so sorry but it was never written to inspire. If anything it was meant to scare the crap out of everyone since none of us would look all that good to our maker. It written only to make you think what a mess humans have made of this world. “Mr. Breeze” was written to make us want to find a way to change ourselves, our neighborhood, our state, our country, and our world.
You see, things can get better by changing one heart and one mind at a time.
Mr. Breeze is available at www.Amazon.com and www.BarnesAndNoble.com. A Kindle edition is also available through Amazon. Get your copy now so you can read it before the sequel is released in February 2013!