VS: What do you do to help balance your writing life with your family life?
VS: How long have you been writing?
VS: What inspired you to write your book (if this is a personal story about you, please share about the decision to open up about your life)?
VS: What is a typical writing day like for you?
VS: Is your family supportive of your writing?
VS: If this isn’t your first publication, what was the first thing you ever had published?
VS: Can you share with us a little about your current book(s)?
VS: What did you find to be the most challenging part of writing your book(s)?
VS: What part of your book do you feel really stands out to you personally?
Bruce: The beginning is particularly strong since I start with my departure from "Thee Church" and my reflection of how I came to join it. I had planned on just telling my story but one person who looked at the manuscript suggested starting it at a dramatic point. Leaving the church was the most dramatic part for me so that's how I rewrote the book's beginning.
VS: If this is a work of fiction, what character is most like you?
Bruce: It's not fiction so I can't answer that one.
VS: If this is a nonfiction book/inspirational book, what event do you feel was the turning point to your story?
VS: Do you have any other works in progress? Can you share a little about them?
VS: What tips can you give writing parents with children at home to help them see publication?
VS: What do you think are the basic ingredients of a good book?
VS: What do you feel as parents we need to do to help our children see success?
VS: Is there anything else you would like to share with us about being a “Writing Mama or Dad”?