What If…? Essential writing prompts (Feb 2012)

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

What if . . .

1. you’d been waiting for months but you still didn’t know the result?

2. fate wanted you to live in another country but you were happy where you were?

3. you were banned from seeing one of your friends?

4. some rivers flowed uphill and some flowed downhill?

5. you had the world’s largest collection of something?

6. Shakespeare had been a scientist?

7. you tried to genetically modify yourself?

8. everyone’s knowledge and understanding of historical events was different?

9. you hit every hundredth person you met?

10. your eyes were on stalks on the top of your head?

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