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The Summer Job

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Phillip Wright is starting over in a new town after a horrific tragedy with a new home and life. Can he pick up the pieces?

This story involves mature themes. If that sort of thing offends you try Disney.

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Dear Mr Savik, enjoying your story. I have a question and a request: Are you going to finish

                         'Operation Hammerhead', will you finish 'Operation Hammerhead'?

                          The base you have established is really good and with your style, the

                           ending should be excellent.

                           hopefully, critique

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I'll get back to Hammerhead. In fact, I am considering a complete re-write for it. Currently, I'm doing a few experimental projects of which Summer Job and The Company are a part of. The aim of these projects is to work on a number of issues- getting stories out, getting them out timely and working on nitty-gritty, fundamentals. Outcome should be more output, better product.

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I really enjoyed Hammerhead. I am looking forward to your re-write. Summer Job is an excellent contribution to your new efforts. You are to be commended on the challenges your are accepting to achieve better outcomes.

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