Metzgerhund Retreat: Imperial Rules

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This story is for those who create their own rules to get what they want. Billy Mecklenburg got his entire band hired as beach park activity counselors to prepare for a major battle of the bands. The plan worked perfectly...except their new boss made them work an insane schedule that kept them from practicing. Billy decided it was time for new rules...and all he had to do was outsmart the boss. More

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Words: 21,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301012305
About Steve Husk

College Park, Maryland USA native Steve Husk discovered the joys of writing in the summer between 9th and 10th grades, and wrote something every day before the demands of school, girls, work, rock bands and percussion ensembles, girls, sports, and girls, herded him away from the pad and pen.

But that didn’t last long. Even in the midst of college, raising a family, and working a variety of jobs (supermarket cashier, percussion instructor, frozen food handler, youth counselor volunteer, janitor, stock car pit crew worker, rock keyboardist and bassist, produce clerk, car salesman, and currently a web applications developer), Steve continued to follow his "write something every day" philosophy. In fact, he still does.

Steve practices his craft in Manassas, Virginia.

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Review by: Malcolm Wood on Dec. 24, 2012 : (no rating)
Metzgerhund Retreat is life in the fast lane for an aspiring teenage band, who try to sneak away for the summer to hone their skills for an upcoming ‘Battle of the Bands’ contest. Little do they realize what kind of ‘hot water’ they get into at a summer camp filled with over-energetic teens who want attention from dawn until midnight. This fast-paced story gives intimate glimpses of band life, relations between band members and attractive teenage girls under the hot summer sun. A fun read you will find hard to put down.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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