Kai Mann is an independent contract writer for Examiner.com where she holds the title of Detroit�s Best Friend Examiner. As a contributor to the poetry community, Kai�s online blog Kaiology Wet Your Intellectual Taste Buds is where she purposefully inspires thought pertaining to the themes of love, friendship, self-love, and self-progression.
30 Day Noticeby Kai Mann
Kori Maitland leaves behind everything that matters to find herself. In her search she travels from the east coast to the Midwest to find the love of her life. At least, that�s what she believes. After moving across the country and a five year relationship with Layla Bradford, Kori is given a 30 day notice. Although Kori didn�t believe that Layla would leave, she does… See more details below
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Kori Maitland leaves behind everything that matters to find herself. In her search she travels from the east coast to the Midwest to find the love of her life. At least, that�s what she believes. After moving across the country and a five year relationship with Layla Bradford, Kori is given a 30 day notice. Although Kori didn�t believe that Layla would leave, she does and Kori is left with the challenges of dealing with a broken heart, being left on the west coast, and permanent employment. As Kori struggles to get her life back together she realizes that Layla�s 30 day notice was not the first one she had ever received. Kori deals with all the notices as she looks back over the past five years of the relationship. As she tries to mend her broken heart she travels back to the Midwest to find a job and to hopefully start a business. It isn�t until Kori gets back to the Midwest that the betrayal from old friends turns her world upside down. Kori finds herself faced with eviction, an accident, a cheating lover, and her past.
Can Kori find who she is without losing herself along the way? Or will she succumb to the trials in life without reaching her intended goal?
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Kori Maitland is suffering through a breakup, semi unemployment, and homelessness. Although saddened by life's tragic events, Kori finds herself keeping all of the pain bottled up inside of her. One day she finally decides to trust God to fight her battles, and when she does, she is finally on a journey to get her happiness. Is she ready to deal with Kori, her past, and sort out life and all that it delves out along the way? 30 DAY NOTICE by Kai Mann is a self-journey about love, life, forgiveness and hope. Kori had to recognize that in order to become who she was meant to be, she needed to experience what life was offering, even the heartaches, the setbacks, and the bouts of depression. When I opened this book, I was not a happy reader. It’s obvious, and I’m just being honest, that while Kai loves the written word, she didn’t seek the guidance of an editor. There is absolutely no timeline, so you never quite know how much time has passed unless the character tells you. There are misspelled words, wrong word usage, tense issues, and wrong or missing punctuation. I also dreaded the fact that the story detailed minute things (ex: I walked to the car, I put the key in the door, I opened the door, I put the key in the ignition.) Then there were parts of the story that were repetitive and contradictory. I had to put the book down. After speaking to one of my book sisters, I was more determined to get back on my reading flow. I picked the book back up and was able to finish it in one sitting. Kai’s testimony, despite the issues mentioned, is compelling. And I was happy to see that throughout each and every battle, she grew and remembered that with God all things were possible. While I think that 30 DAY NOTICE could be a blessing for young women dealing with issues with their sexuality, depression, self-love, and trying to find themselves, I would highly recommend Kai first seek the assistance of both copy and developmental editors. Reviewed by: Crystal 3.5
I have no idea what this book is all about. However, what I did read what this damn essay here and not just a comment. Hell I felt like all I had to do was read the info and that's it. Look.. but I will post how I feel about the book. Lol. Devotion143