Many of us believe we have a book in us if only we could just find the time and the energy to get the words out, and onto paper.
Bruce McLean is one of those people.
As a journalist, he wrote for a living for 35 years, at various newspapers across Canada.
But he always felt there was a book in him.
After hard work, grit, and determination, the 91-year-old has finished his first novel, The Manana Treehouse, a deeply-moving love story of a husband and wife coping with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Veronica Cooper sat down with him to learn more about his first foray into the world of becoming a published author.