Who is Cece Reeves? Christian, author, nurse, and mother of two are just a few words to describe this incredible rising talent in the literary world of fiction.
Cece grew up in the Bronx of New York. At the young age of 7, she was inspired by her 3rd-grade teacher to write a story, The Flying Unicorn, published for her elementary school paper. From that moment on, she enjoyed producing stories which she could share with family, classmates, and friends over the many years to follow. Writing was always something that came naturally to Cece. Some of her favorite authors as a child were C. S. Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia), Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice), Carol Keene (The Nancy Drew Series), and later on, Fredrick Douglas (An American Slave), Stephen King (The Shining), and Richard Preston (The Cobra Event).
Working on her first novel, The Breaking Point, has been quite an emotional journey from start to finish. Having had her own personal experience with domestic violence and losing her cousins to a senseless murder that arose from domestic abuse, Cece felt the need to share this story so that readers could have a vivid experience of what it is like to be a domestic violence victim by seeing it through the eyes of The Breaking Point's main character Kristin Summers.
With her soon to be released debut book, The Breaking Point, she hopes her readers will find a heartfelt story that inspires faith, healing, forgiveness, and spiritual awakening.
If you or anyone in your family is in a domestic violence relationship, please don’t wait. Get help. Below you will find links and contact information for the Domestic National hotline and shelters where people waiting to help you. You can also reach out to your community pastor, a local church, religious organization, or your local state authorities to seek guidance.
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