D.W. Cee

Author of Indelible Love


A gift for you

Hi there!

I’ve sent a gift to those of you who’ve reviewed John and Els’ Tale. If you’ve written a review, but didn’t receive a gift in your inbox, please holler and let me know (dw@dwcee.com).

Hope you’re all having a great week. I’ll be back with more blogs soon…


From my heart to yours…

John and Els will have you laughing and crying today, just in time for Valentine’s day. Enjoy the Reid.

Kindle US
Kindle UK
Nook – Still publishing

If that’s not enough and you need more tears and laughter, reReid any of the Indelible Love series10,000 Reasons series, Entwined, or the Harmony series.

Happy Valentine’s, Galentine’s day!


John & Els & iBooks = <3

It’s available on iBooks already. If you could write a review when done, I’d appreciate it. Enjoy!


John & Elizabeth Vol. 1 – DONE!

Vol. 1 is done and off to be edited. Pre-order your copy now! Book is will be released on Valentine’s Day.

Amazon Kindle US
Amazon Kindle UK
Nook (No pre-order available, but will release approximately 2/14.)

Have a wonderfully long weekend!


What’s happening + A contest!

Hi Ladies!

It’s been a very long summer and fall for our household. This summer was filled with four trips to the east coast for softball and golf, SAT prep courses for DG (who was a rising sophomore at that time). We went from that to more softball tourneys this fall (every weekend for the past seven weeks, in fact), golf for DG (who decided to try out for and made the school Varsity golf team), and of course, college applications for my son who is a senior this year. After writing SIXTEEN essays/short-answer questions, he applied, early action, and is awaiting acceptances/denials that will arrive mid-December. If he gets in to at least ONE university, our lives are golden and he can apply to more colleges, or not. If he doesn’t get in anywhere, then he needs to apply to a bazillion more schools to spread a far and wide net. UGH! This process is not fun.

John & Elizabeth, on the other hand, has been a whole lot of fun. The story is progressing, though not as quickly as I’d like (due to paragraph one). I have no release date for the first book. Crazy enough, I thought I might have Vol. 1 done by Thanksgiving. HA! What a funny thought! Anyhoo, speaking of Thanksgiving, amidst our chaos, we are headed out of town as of Wednesday. Thus, sadly, I will not be posting blogs until the Monday after Thanksgiving. SORRY!

However, I’ll give all of you a guess at where we are headed for our vacay. Winner will read all the blogs I’ve written so far!!!! You may only enter ONCE and only give ONE answer. Post your answer here or on FB. Think carefully and wisely. Good luck.



Trivia + Teaser

Happy Friday, Ladies!

Since no one figured out the similarity between Elizabeth’s Story and another very familiar Reid tale, Jake’s Story, I will give you the answer as well as a teaser for Monday’s blog. Elizabeth’s blog titles are an (almost) exact replication of her dad’s chapter titles. For those of you who love trying to see where this story might head next, you only need to read Jake’s Story’s titles. However, these are not the same tales so one title might not mean the same thing with different people. Hope you all have exciting plans for the weekend. I am off to Northern California (filled with pollution from the fire) for a softball tournament.

Teaser: Elizabeth: How Much Do I Love Thee?
John leaned over and placed his arms around me. Turning me to face him, he declared, “I’ve been thinking about you here with me since I left you in New York. I know we’re going at a scary pace, but I’m hoping you’re in agreement that we were meant to be. It had to be fate who drew us together the first time in that crazy busy city of Manhattan. If that wasn’t enough, we were destined to meet in Los Angeles at work. Regardless of the signs and wonders Els, I’m attracted to you like I’ve never been attracted to anyone in my twenty-eight years of living. Will you take a great leap of faith and join me in a relationship? Though we’re not even on the blocks yet, I see us at the finish line. Do you agree, Els? Will you walk with me, hands held tight, and see where life takes us?”

(These two are moving fast!)


No winner yet

Keep trying…

Hint: Don’t analyze the story or where it might be going. The answer can be said in one or two words. 



Whatcha think? Team James of Team John? I like them both!

I have a trivia for you. The first correct answer will receive Thursday’s blog, Tuesday night. Please write your answer, HERE, on the website, ONLY (not Facebook). You can guess as many times as you like.

Trivia: There’s something very familiar about Elizabeth’s telling of the blog. Any thoughts on what this is?


Hello + John & Elizabeth News

Hi Ladies!

This summer has been the longest and shortest one, yet, for me. Busy summer schedules inundated our lives and the four of us could not find one week to vacation together. Now, we are two weeks into school and drowning in homework, tests, essays, and college applications.

My high school senior is taking five AP classes and applying to 10+ colleges. My high school sophomore, also taking all APs and Honors classes, decided she wanted to play golf in addition to softball, plus, she’s been prepping to take her SAT exam this weekend. It’s been nutty over here and I’m exhausted. I don’t think I ever got over the busyness of summer and bam, we’ve started a new school year. I suppose in three years, I’ll be off this roller coaster ride. I’m hoping your summer was a lot quieter than mine. 🙂

I can’t say that I’ve written much of John & Elizabeth, or of anything this year. However, I am ready to start releasing their story. Timing has worked out perfectly as we just finished Vol. 1 of Max & Jane’s Story. Since you all have Vol. 2, I won’t be republishing any more. I’ll soon surprise you with the continuation of Reid Place.

John & Elizabeth’s Story will be broken in four phases. The first phase is called “He Said” which is James Solomon talking. Then we move onto Elizabeth’s tale in “She Said.”  John, of course will get a turn in a section called, “The Twin Said,” and lastly, there will be a “And They All Said” to end the story. Currently, I’m in the beginning stages of “She Said,” and recounting John and Elizabeth’s blossoming romance. I’ve enjoyed creating a unique love story for our hero and heroine. I hope you’ll enjoy this one as much as you enjoyed Nolan & Delilah.

I will release their tale as soon as I can get a book cover. You’ll have to wait a little longer until then. Hopefully, it’ll be sooner than later.

I think that’s all for now. Comment below and tell me what you’ve been up to this summer. I’d love to hear from you; it’s been a while.


Happy Mother’s Day!

“Hello. I’m James Solomon.”

“Hi. I’m Elizabeth Reid.”

“Reid, as in Reid Hall, Reid Library, Reid Hospital, Reid Research Lab, Reid—”

“Yes, all that and a few others. Where are you from, James Solomon?”

“I’m from Boston—born and raised.”

“Did you do undergrad and med school in Boston?”

“Yep, residency as well at BU.”

“I did the same. Born in LA, undergrad, med school, residency and now employed in LA.”

“We have a lot in common, already.”

Today must’ve been my lucky day. The first person I ran into was this beautiful woman. I had all kinds of doubts about leaving Boston and working at a hospital in Los Angeles. Not only was Boston home, but it was where our only living relative—our grandparents—resided. I hated leaving after all these years with them as our parents. John, my twin brother, and I thought it was finally time for us to take care of them. I was glad John was still there with them.

“What’s your area of specialty, Elizabeth? Seeing you in scrubs tells me you’re a surgeon.”


“Ah. Just like your uncle and father, the chief?” I couldn’t help but smile at her. She was too stunning for words. “Any more Reids working here?”

She giggled. I hoped she didn’t notice that my mouth was slack jawed and drooling. She was damn gorgeous. “I think there’s at least one of us on every floor.”

“Yeah? Tell me so I can make a good impression on all of them.”

She giggled some more. “My twin brother—”

“Wait! You have a twin brother? I do too!”

“His name is James.”

“That’s my name!” I joked.

She was now in full laughter mode. “He’s also on this floor. My uncle, Max Davis, and aunt, Delaney Taylor, are pediatric surgeons. Auntie Delaney specialized in the heart. Uncle Max is so brilliant, he can do just about everything.”


“Uncle Nicky is an MD/PhD. He’s more into research, but you’ll see him at the hospital often. Then, there’s his son, Nicky, who’s patented and sold an anti-aging serum and could retire now if he so chose. He’s here from time to time. Grandpa Robert still works at the hospital clinic. Grandpa Scott, who’s technically my cousin Delilah’s grandpa, also works at the clinic. Shall I tell you about all my other cousins who are either in med school, thinking of med school, or in residency here?”

“No. You lost me after Uncle Max and Auntie Delaney.”

“Tell me about your twin, James.”

“His name is John and he’s in gerontology.”

“Is he still in Boston?”

“Yeah. He’s with our ailing grandparents. He’ll come as soon as their health improves.”

“I hope it’s not serious.”

“It’s not, but you never know with people their age. Between the two of us, we thought it was better if he stayed back. When you meet him, you’ll notice that I’m the better-looking one.”

Elizabeth Reid couldn’t stop laughing. “Yeah? I tell that to my twin as well, but the ladies disagree. I assume you’re identical twins but you’re the better-looking one?”

“Exactly, Elizabeth. You are one smart cookie. Stick with me and we’ll be known as the best-looking twins in LA.”

“All right, James. I’ll stick with you until I find something or someone better. Your twin could be that someone better.”

“I’ll show you, Elizabeth Reid.”

“OK. May the best twin win.”

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