Anita’s WIP, explained…


In a land called Summer, lived a man named David.

Who sold his soul back to God to save the life of an angel whose wings had not yet formed.

Whose life had not yet been lived…


When we posted this last week, I had strict instructions.  Instructions I either didn’t fully understand, or promptly forgot!

However, this did not escape Anita’s eagle eyes…

She wanted me to ask all of you, (those who might like the idea) to add a few lines of your own to this snippet of an idea. And I was to run it again… getting it right this time!

If you would like to add something, jot it down in the comments and I will keep adding them to the post! I will be the first to admit this is one crazy idea, but Anita gets them all the time…and sometimes they create something really special.

It could be interesting to see what happens, don’t you think?



4 thoughts on “Anita’s WIP, explained…

  1. Hmm …perhaps God wasn’t that happy with a used soul, and tried to sell it again, kinda like a used car salesman. The dweeby ‘pre-winged angel’ is like a teenager out to buy their first clunker of a car and can only afford David’s, which God is having a ‘clearance sale’ on.
    Meanwhile David is having a really bad day and tries to renege on the deal and God gets all cranky and sends a ‘cleaner’ after David to ‘shut him down’.
    The cleaner and David kinda have a fling and decide to trail the dweeb to see if he is worthy of David’s soul. Of course, God is really ticked off now and … I think I’ll leave this cliffhanger right here! 😀

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