What If…? 10 Creative Writing Prompts for November

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Here’s this month’s selection of “What If . . . ?” creative writing prompts to inspire you – let’s see what you can do with these!

What if . . .

1. you ran away?

2. tortoises went a lot faster?

3. the instructions didn’t make any sense?

4. you stuck blindly to the rules?

5. a sixth sense told you not to get on board?

6. the last piece was missing?

7. you finally did something about it?

8. you were sure you’d seen that person somewhere else?

9. people found you intimidating?

10. you could never resist a bargain?

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