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The Week Before

By kalik56 All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Mystery

Chapter 1

One sunny morning five people could be seen playing their own instruments waiting for their students to arrive.

Amber’s POV

“Sorry I’m late guys, I woke up late and got stuck I traffic”, Henry said while taking out his electric bass.

“Don’t worry dude, the kids still aren’t here”, I said

“Am the mails here”, said Krystal while entering from getting the mail from the mailman.

“I know Krys just bring them in”, I said while putting my guitar down.

I took the mail from Krystal and began sorting them. I noticed there was a music competition invitation for Krystal, Henry, Jackson, Amy, Rory and me.

“Guys there’s a music competition imitation for each of us”, I said giving them their invitation.

“Its next month, which gives me more time than I need to prepare for it”, said Amy.

“Its next month because in two weeks we need to file in the entering form”, said Jackson.

“And there are only 5 spaces available”, said Rory.

“Then we need to file it fast before someone else takes our place”, said Krystal.

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