What If…? 10 Creative Writing Prompts for September

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

This selection forms part of what will eventually become Volume 2 of
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What if…

1. nothing really mattered?

2. all ink became invisible after 12 months (or a period of your choice)?

3. an enemy could prevent one of your limbs or organs from functioning properly?

4. no human had ever seen the stars or planets or anything else outside the earth’s atmosphere?

5. people had babies by carving them from rocks or wood and leaving them on mountain tops during storms to have life infused into them?

6. no decision could be made without consulting a horoscope?

7. you were the most notorious person in your town/city?

8. elephants were used as computer components because of their famous memory powers?

9. you could transfer part of your lifespan to another person?

10. everything was adequately funded?

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