I’ll go straight to the point, this is the last time you will be hearing from me on this blog. I have so much on my plate now that I have decided that it will be best if I can put this to an end. Otherwise the quality of the chapters posted would be diminished and I pride myself in giving my all.


It was nice while it lasted but yes this is the end of KMP, VFM and YBS. I have so many ideas but it is a shame that time is not on my side. I will miss this but I will leave it to people who aren’t pushing an 8-5 job like I do. I am proud of the fact that I have kept this going for more than a year.


Thank you for the support, expect my work to hit the shelves at your favourite bookstores one of the good days.


I hope you have learnt a thing or two from this blog. Truth of the matter is that none of the stories will have any ending. I ended KMP (three times) but still continued, just to show that even YBS won’t have a proper ending. I appreciate all the comments, likes, shares and recommendations.


God Bless and StayBlessed.

Thabang Lebepe






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