Inboxes are the new diaries, only much easier to find and unlock. Cavanaugh Lee's fresh, fun novel breaks all the rules of dating - from misfires, typos, and emoticons to LMAOs, OMGs, and WTFs - while illustrating all that can go wrong with the latest forms of (mis)communication. Lee's characters pull readers into their love saga and expose their inboxes as never before.
An epistolary novel told entirely in emails, Blackberry texts and messages, Facebook and Match.com profiles, Save as Draft follows the quirky Izabell Chin, a wannabe-actress-turned-lawyer, and the two men who love her. There's Peter, the preppy, reserved co-worker and loyal friend, and Marty, a guy who arrives via an alluring Match.com profile. A love triangle evolves over the course of several emails and texts as these characters struggle to say what they mean and mean what they say in an era that leaves them wondering if things left unsaid - or rather unsent - could have changed the course of their lives forever.