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Save as Draft by Cavanaugh Lee

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Save as Draft chronicles a love triangle evolving over e-mails, text, and Facebook messages that makes you wonder if the things we leave unsaid- or rather unsent- could change the story of our lives. If you have ever wondered how much your digital trail illuminates where you are in your life, this book illustrates how it does so if you string it all together. Izzy's relationships are on full display through message threads, online profiles (and subsequent deactivations), status updates, Facebook friendships (and defriendings), and Victoria's Secret invoices. Never sent messages (designated as "Saved as Draft", surprise, surprise) give us further insight into how characters are feeling and what they are (read:really) doing and how it all compares to what they are actually messaging/texting/updating to other people.

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