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Mr Gentleman – Extend The End

By | September 26th, 2017|Categories: Extend The End|Tags: , |

Extend The End - Winner gets 1k phone credit on their network of choice. ------------------------------------- Adesola was distraught. For some unknown reason, her alarm clock had failed. Or did it? She had to be at a job interview by 8 am and now, she was running really late. She smiled momentarily as she remembered the events of the previous evening. It must have been the wine. Perhaps the alarm clock didn't fail afterall. On to the task at hand. How do i get to this interview without being late.   ************ Adesola was lost in the crowd at the bus stop. It was one of those crowded mornings when it seemed everyone arrived at the bus stop at the same time. She calculated her odds, they were not very good. Where do you find a gentleman when you need one? At least, a gentleman who would fight for a seat for her when one of the buses arrive. She half-heartedly scanned the crowd, there was nothing better to do anyways. There were school children, the rough type, work commutters in their prim and proper office wears, the ladies, like her, were mostly in comfortabel flip flops that they would exchange for work shoes when they arrived at work. The men usually had better chances of wrestling their way into the buses on mornings such as this. Her attention was drawn to a man standing a little aside from the throng. He was smartly dressed and was obviously going to work or a [...]

Foe Faced Friends – Extend The End

By | September 20th, 2017|Categories: Extend The End|

Hello Awesome followers and readers of BookSale. We are always looking to create something interesting for you and your suggestions are welcome as well. This post is an introduction of what we call Extend The End. We will write a short story and you can extend the end to a logical or illogical conclusion in the comments section. We've got an interesting prize for the winner of the week. Please follow us on Social Media and subscribe to our newsletter in order not to miss the announcements. You can also join The Bookworm bookclub on WhatsApp by clicking here. Lets get to it.   Adedeji was livid with rage. For more than a fortnight now, his mid day snack had started getting missing from the refrigerator in the common room. As a result, on the days the snack turned up missing, he went hungry. The fact that he had to go hungry on such sad days was not the major cause of his rage right now, but that one or all of the four other people with whom he shared the common room was stealing his food, and not one of them had the courtesy to own up. They were all jovial friends or so he thought. Why would they continue stealing his food? The first time he raised the issue, they all denied having even gone near the refrigerator let alone take his food. In the two weeks since the mystery started, his mid-day snack had gone missing four times.   [...]