William Bruce Cameron (born 1960 in Petoskey, Michigan) is an internationally known humor columnist. Cameron attended Westminster College. Cameron is the author of the best-selling self-improvement book 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, which was adapted to the short-lived ABC sitcom that aired between 2002 and 2005. The show was later retitled 8 Simple Rules following the untimely death of John Ritter in 2003. His book, 8 Simple Rules for Marrying My Daughter, was released in the spring of 2008, and already had a Hollywood movie deal before its publication, with 89 Films and Wendy Finerman, producer of The Devil Wears Prada. He is author of How to Remodel a Man, which was excerpted in the August 2005 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, and was the subject of the November 1, 2005 Oprah Show. His novel A Dog's Purpose was published July 2010 by Tom Doherty Associates.
The direct sequel to the New York Times and USA Today bestselling A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron Buddy is a good dog. After searching for his purpose through several eventful lives, Buddy is sure that he has found and fulfilled it. Yet as he watches curious baby Clarity get into dangerous mischief, he is certain that this little girl is very much in need of a dog of her own. When Buddy is reborn, he realizes that he has a new destiny. He's overjoyed when he is adopted by Clarity, now a vibrant but troubled teenager. When they are suddenly separated, Buddy despairs—who will take care of his girl? A charming and heartwarming story of hope, love, and unending devotion, A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Cameron asks the question: Do we really take care of our pets, or do they take care of us? More than just another endearing dog tale, A Dog's Journey is the moving story of unwavering loyalty and a love that crosses all barriers.