‘The Help Centre’ By Masha A. M.

Adaeze Nwachukwu finally gets a job at a help centre. After a year of being cooped up at home bored and tired, she feels like her life is finally coming together. With this job, she can be occupied and make use of her customer service abilities.

At the help centre, everyone is happy to work. And Adaeze feels like she has won a jackpot. That is until a patient disappears. One by one, she begins noticing the signs. Has she been led into a trap? Is everything really what it seems? Can she back out before it’s too late?

Vote for this Short Story

  • *One Vote per person - duplicate and suspect votes will be deleted
  • Your vote authorizes SOOP to inform you about the progress of this literary work, along with exclusive content and services for your consideration.

Voting Status

Countdown to 500


votes remaining

  • 50 Votes – Qualified for Contest / Manuscript Review
  • 200 Votes – Eligibility for a reader newsletter feature
  • 500 Votes – Eligibility for a double royalty

*More than 50 votes are not needed, but are encouraged, and will earn you additional benefits


Something or Other Publishing, LLC