Today I’ve the pleasure of introducing you to another amazing Writer Richard Cezar.
His books are classed as the best seller and recently he gave his readers Scific and a chance to look at a subject diverse from his initial two books that were semi autobiographies.
I’m very lucky to be interviewing Richard Cezar, author of
“In The Robes of God” featuring his
NEW RELEASE: Apart from Destiny
(In The Robes of God, Book 2)
What does it mean to be human? Do we have souls? The battle between good and evil continues in this imaginative suspense-thriller, with “a finale that will leave you spellbound”.
How did you become involved with the subject or theme of your book?
Ah, good question. With the state of affairs in the world becoming more polarized and separatist, I felt the need to make a statement about coming together. A diversity of races, religions, and genders share this planet. If each individual would make it a point to perform a single act of kindness each day, perhaps the domino effect would eventually help promote trust and understanding. Is it time to get off my soapbox yet?
Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre?
I write in multiple genres. I’m not fascinated by the things I know, but rather by the things I don’t know. In my latest book, Apart from Destiny, I touch on the subjects of Spirituality, Quantum Physics, The Universe, and the explosion in technology. I hope they provide a platform for an open palette of expression.
What makes your book stand out from the crowd?
That is up to my readers, and beyond my control. I can only do my best to assemble a series of words that are, hopefully, thought-provoking and emotionally stimulating. And I try to put them together in such a way that is engaging and professional.
How do you select the names of your characters?
Haha! Once I’ve selected the time period, in which the story takes place, I perform a search of most popular baby names for those years. I search last names in a similar way. When I have a list of candidates, I put them together, such that they don’t seem contrived….At least, that’s the goal.
Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
I’d love to have thousands of reviews—all good! But I’m forced to deal with the reality that not everyone is going to like my work. Accepting that fact is part of being an author. I’m not saying that negative reviews don’t affect me. I simply do my best to put them behind me, and move on.
Thank you very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule and be a part of A living series talk. Thank you again for joining us today, Richard.
Thank you so much for the invite Inderjit.
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