I started writing back in Dec of 2009 after I saw an interview with Stephenie Meyers. She told Oprah that she always had stories in her head and that struck a chord with me. Whenever I drive, I have all kinds of stories circulating in my mind. Generally, I am the star of this story and many wacky things happen. Of course, I make the story quite complimentary and beneficial to me. I guess you could say Meyers channeled my head case into a novel. I am first a wife and a mother, as well as a restauranteur and a caterer. Writing is my last profession and a late-found one. I have a B.A. and an M.Ed from UCLA (yes, just like Emily from Indelible Love) and taught 1st grade for four years till I had my first child, a son. Two years later, I had my daughter and the two kids ran my life till they both started school. My husband and I opened a restaurant in LA when we first got married and have been in the food service industry for almost 17 years. I think I’ve always been a foodie at heart and though it sounds strange, loving food did not have anything to do with opening up a restaurant. That was all my husband’s idea. I didn’t even know I could cook till I got married. And then I discovered, I love cooking! I love everything related to food. Eating, first, cooking second, cleaning a definite last. I could do without the cleaning from the prep work and the mound of dishes created after a meal. But, that’s a whole other blog in and of itself. Whenever we plan a family trip, and especially when my husband and I go on a couple’s trip, it’s based around what we want to eat, or which restaurants we want to visit. Hubby and I did a trip to Austin one summer just to eat BBQ. The trip to Rome was for pasta, Tokyo was for ramen and sushi, and in Paris, we gorged on treats from all the beautiful patisseries. The two best meals of my life were at Taillevent and Joel Robuchon in Paris. All of these places and restaurants sound familiar? :) NYC is our favorite city (and yes, Emily’s favorite city as well) for dining. But… I digress. Even with the crazy schedule, I hope to keep writing. Indelible Love - Emily's Story and Indelible Love - Jake's Story were my first two attempts at writing. Entwined, my third novel, as well as Indelible Lovin' - Max & Jane's Story Vol. 1 & 2 have also been self-published on Amazon, Smashwords, iBooks, Nook, and Kobo. I am currently working on another story titled, Unlikely Attraction, as well as a new Indelible Lovin' blog. This can be read for free on my website every Monday and Thursday starting Dec. 2013. Thank you for taking an interest in my writing and I am truly humbled and grateful for the outpouring of love Indelible Love has received. Check back for updates on my writings, travels, and everything Reid/Taylor/Davis. DW
Indelible Lovin': Max & Jane's Story Vol. 2by DW Cee
Last we met, I was doing a great job getting to know Max's family and trying to soften up his ice cold parents, when his mother dropped a serious bomb on me. Max, Hannah, an unwanted pregnancy...then I blanked out! This volume explains what happened since that night, and I get to tell you about all the ways Max and I love each other, frustrate the hell out of each… See more details below
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Last we met, I was doing a great job getting to know Max's family and trying to soften up his ice cold parents, when his mother dropped a serious bomb on me. Max, Hannah, an unwanted pregnancy...then I blanked out! This volume explains what happened since that night, and I get to tell you about all the ways Max and I love each other, frustrate the hell out of each other, and overall try and grow with each other.
In Vol. 2 of my story, you meet Max's brothers - both of whom I adore, get a glimpse into the weirdness going on between (my) Donovan and Laney, and see my family constantly running interference for me and Max. There are days when I don't think we will make it, and Donovan Taylor does his part to ruin my relationship with Max. But in the end, love and fiction rule, and a happily ever after is restored...or is it? There are more twists and turns in my life than a roller coaster ride at Great America. Why can't life be simpler? I guess if life was easy, it'd be boring.
Check out Vol. 2 and I promise you won't be disappointed. It was nice getting to know so many of you during the eight-month blog run. I'm sure even after my story ends, we'll see each other again in another Reid saga.
Talk to you soon!
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