What If…? Essential writing prompts (Aug 2011)

Here’s another selection of What If writing prompts to inspire you – see what you can do with these!

What if . . .

1. your computer could think for itself?

2. you could control your dreams?

3. you pretended to have won the lottery?

4. every country and culture ate exactly the same food?

5. someone turned you into a cartoon character?

6. sleeping with other people was prohibited, even if you were married to them?

7. you were in a plane crash?

8. you had an embarrassing illness?

9. TV/radio programmes were broadcast at random and there was no regular schedule?

10. you discovered that you were an illegal immigrant?

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