The Hub Series HEAVEN KNOWS
Here's your chance to try out your Funny Bone, but be careful about being irreverent!
So far the HEAVEN KNOWS Series of short stories here on Hub Pages has included five Hubs meant to be thought provoking, sometimes humorous, obviously fictional accounts of what existence in Heaven could be like, and the imagined surprises new arrivals might encounter.
You are invited to add similar Hubs to this series.
So far the five Hubs "Fast Food & Less", "Heaven's Library", "Heavenly Hair Styles", "Partners & Sleep Schedules", "Retraining & Adjustments", have had 453 readers, 41 specific Comments, and an average current Hub score of 61 (although it appears that some Hub scores seem to decline as the Hubs age following their initial online publication).
Of the Hub ratings for these five Hubs, the responses were: 4 Useful, 10 Funny, 5 Awesome, 2 Beautiful, and 12 Interesting; so it would appear that the topic itself has broad interest.
You are invited, if you are already a contributor to Hub Pages, to ponder what questions are floating around in your own mind about Heaven and the "life hereafter" and create your own Hub to add to this series. If you are not as yet a Hub Pages published writer, please consider joining Hub Pages and adding to this series.
In adding to this series, just so we can all find your input, use the same titling format of "HEAVEN KNOWS A Short Story ( )" adding the topic you are addressing by placing it within the parenthesis.
Come on, join in the fun and exploration of a topic we are all interested in, even if the only Heaven some can imagine is the mess we have right here on Earth.
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NOTE: You can find all of the original five "HEAVEN KNOWS" Hubs right here on Hub Pages, as well as any being added to the list.
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