After graduating from NYU Jackson landed a very well paying job with one of the hottest magazine in New York City, and after a few years, he’s not sure what he wants and decides to make a change.

Jackson is a gifted writer, it’s all he’s ever wanted to do, and after graduating from NYU, he does a four year stint in the Navy before landing a writing job with one of the hottest night life entertainment magazines in the business. After a few years of writing for the magazine, he’s feeling burned out. He’s been writing a novel for a couple of years, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, he wants more, but he’s just not sure what it is. Jacks has always hated winter and he felt like every winter in New York was a new experience in freezing. He remembered the decision he had to make in accepting the job offer with the magazine. Jackson has always had the notion of living and working someplace warm year round, but then he has a reality check. “Am I really going to turn down this incredible opportunity because of the weather?" he sips his coffee, "but the money…oh man, the money is frigging great.” Jacks thinks about his parents and he misses his sister he hasn’t seen in a long time, and his relationship with Annie is really going nowhere, and he decides it’s time to make a change. He was thinking he might live in Key West, he liked the idea that Hemingway lived there. Jacks take a little side trip to visit his sister Julia, who lives in a small town. His extended stay visiting his sister has allowed him to discover a side of himself he didn’t know he had. Julia just had to ask, “now that you’ve been around here for the last six weeks or so, tell me Jacks, is there anyone around here that sparks your interest?” “Oh, I don’t know,” grinning with his eyes half closed, “maybe.”As the summer days grow short, the time has come to past, and Jackson must decide if Florida is where he truly wants to be.

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