1. What motivated you to write your book, to force you from taking an idea or experience and turning it into this book? I was hoping to share my story to help as many folks as I can who dealt with similar circumstances. As a Doctor of Public Administration, I feel it is my duty to positively influence society as much as possible. It was also extremely therapeutic to put all of my experiences into words.
- What is it about and who is it for? It
is about my experiences with an emotionally abusive father and a shallow
mother. It summarizes the events I dealt with, how I had to face it during
deployments and how I forgave and moved forward. The book also provides
recommendations for emotional abusers and for how the abused can move
- What takeaways might the reader will be
left with after reading it? While
emotional abuse may not leave visible scars, the abused will always feel
them internally until they find a way to move forward and forgive their
- How did you decide on your book’s title
and cover design? The
title is based on one of the short stories of emotional abuse I suffered
as a young child. I wanted the cover of the book to relate to the title
but appear inspirational.
- What advice or words of wisdom do you have
for fellow writers? Write
from your heart.
- What trends in the book world do you see
-- and where do you think the book publishing industry is heading? This
is the first book I have published, so not really sure. It does seem
really challenging to convince folks that should have to interest to
purchase the book.
- What challenges did you overcome to write this book? It was tough to reveal my very personal experiences without appearing weak or feeling as though I would be subject to stigmas. The first time I had a colleague read the book, I felt extremely vulnerable. I had to get over that.
8. How would you describe your writing style? Informative
- If people can buy or read one book this
week or month, why should it be yours? It
is not expensive, can be read in an hour in a half, inspirational, and
includes some interesting and historical stories from my time in the Air
About The Author: Raised in Delaware and currently living in Colorado, Scott is a U.S. Air Force Officer and veteran of conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Baltics, and Africa. Scott enlisted in the Air Force in 1989 and continues to serve in a multitude of roles as a commissioned officer. He holds a doctorate degree in public administration and is an adjunct professor at Liberty University.
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