Graduation Day

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
On the day of her college graduation, Kendall is still mourning the recent loss of a relationship gone bad. However, her roommate Ameenah and her cousin Reese come to her side to help her realize the benefits of being smart, attractive, and independent. Will Kendall be able to see that the end of her relationship could possibly mark the beginning of a new life as a single woman? More
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Words: 5,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311369185
About Dahlia Savage

Dahlia Savage is a native of Detroit, Michigan. From a young age, she was gifted with an ability to combine her love for the written word with a vivid imagination. After graduating school with a degree in business, she entered the workforce and gained a variety of experience she would later draw from, including over three years of marketing and communications, a few years as a freelance business and journalism writer, and 18 months as a flight attendant. However, she would return to her first love of writing fiction to balance out the business writing involved in her day job.
Although she currently resides in Tampa, Florida, she is and always will be a Detroit girl. She is currently working on her next project while simultaneously attending classes towards a second degree and raising a son with her husband.

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Review by: Mel Kinnel on June 22, 2014 :
Great short story!
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Review by: Tiffany Christina Lewis on April 18, 2014 :
Good but, there is always a but, I wanted more. I think the main character got away too easy. I would have liked to see her change tested, in the form of a chance encounter or something like that, and I certainly wanted to know what happened after all this.

Very well written and I would like to read more of the authors work, including an expanded version of this. Hint, hint.
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Review by: Starr on April 11, 2014 :
I really enjoyed reading this short story. I look forward to reading the novel by this author. The story was very empowering for me. It puts a spin on embracing what you have and not worrying about what you do not have. This is a great story for every woman struggling with being single.
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