HOUSTON, October 24, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Fulton Books author Eddie Mckissic, a former ballplayer and Las Vegas native, has completed his most recent book “Breaking the Cycle”: an intriguing story that follows the young couple and how they learned that loving someone requires more than just love.
Mckissic’s novel embodies the stereotypes and statistics of our classic baby mama/baby daddy story we here in society today, “The book is called Breaking the Cycle because it shows how the couple didn’t end up in the statistics they should have. In most of the relationship stories we hear today, when there is a breakup, it usually ends up in nothing but hate toward each other.”
Published by Fulton Books, Eddie Mckissic’s book brings readers into a drama-filled story about a collegiate athlete and aspiring actress. The two main characters, Royce and Alyssa, must learn to co-parent for the benefit of their daughter, and themselves. Their lives are turned upside down when dreams are tested by reality and goals are put on hold for a higher purpose.
Royce and Alyssa enter a new phase of their relationship as they go from college students to young adults. Readers are right there alongside these two as they see that a broken heart cannot only hurt but it can put you back on your hustle. Mckissic’s writing shows readers there is another way, that a story like this one doesn’t always have to end in hate but success if you channel it the right way.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Breaking the Cycle” at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books
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