4.18.2013

Percy's Pick Your Plot Prequel


My co-author Daniel Keidl is joining me today to introduce you to Percy, who is a character from our book Armageddon: Pick Your Plot. Here we’ll follow him on some (obviously somewhat abbreviated) earlier adventures. This blog post works much like a Pick Your Plot adventure; click the link to follow the path you want Percy to take!


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You, Percy Lewis (Parzival, for those in the know), are a dashing specimen of a high school boy. A bit taller than most of the other lads, with hazel eyes and an inquisitive mind that doesn’t miss much, you are aware of your impact on others. However few of the girls in the school hold your interest as none of them seem to appreciate the full weight of your hefty, Arthurian name. While many of your classmates seem to spend their time searching for one *ahem* Holy Grail or another, you are much more interested in your studies and preparing for a life of adventure.


Today is a heady spring day in your Junior year of school. The halls are abuzz with rumours and excitement surrounding the upcoming Prom festivities. You’ve heard your name whispered in a couple corners, but have thus far avoided paying too much attention, and certainly have not made any commitments. You weave your way through the hall between bells, debating how to spend the lunch hour.


Where do you head?

Feeling a bit more introverted...? To go to the Library to do some more research about your namesake, click here.


To make use of open campus and pop over to the Diner down the street, click here.


It’s giant cookie day! To head to the Cafeteria, click here.



This month I am participating in the April A-Z Challenge! My theme for the month is ‘character development.’ Some days will be exercises from John Gardner’s The Art of Fiction, others will be profiles of characters from my book Armageddon: Pick Your Plot, and some will just be random characters I make up. I hope you enjoy!

169 comments:

  1. Very ingenious approach to creating an interactive experience. I appreciate the amount of effort you put into this. Worthy!

    Lee

    A Faraway View

    An A to Z Co-host blog

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  2. Thanks, Lee! Toldya you'd like it!

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  3. Tina Downey6:50 AM

    Why isn't my comment here??? I left a comment. I swear. Sigh. It's been that kind of a week...ANYWAY, I loved this and can't wait to read Armageddon, which is sitting on my bookshelf taunting me until May...I can't believe the time and effort you put in to this. I've tweeted it, put up notices on yesterday's and today's posts at Life is Good. Praying more people read this. It's also an awesome ad for your book!

    Tina @
    Life
    is Good


    Co-host,
    April 2013 A-Z
    Challenge Blog


    @TinaLifeisGood,
    #atozchallenge

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  4. Wow, this must have taken a lot of work! I enjoyed Percy's adventures. But now I'm tempted to go back and read every single path I could have taken. That's always my problem with choose your own adventures!
    Rinelle Grey

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  5. That's what's fun about gamebooks! You can do it a bunch of times :) Glad you enjoyed it!

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  6. :) Thanks for all your support, Tina!

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  7. Gwen Tolios6:03 AM

    This is Awesome! Capital A necessary. It looks like it took a lot of planning, but it's worth it. Way to own those hyperlinks! I love choose your own stories, they have a level of reader-to-text interaction most stories don't have.

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  8. Patti Nielson10:33 AM

    Great concept and I'd definitely go for the cookie.

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  9. Patricia F6:27 PM

    Love this idea for a post :) And yeah, I would take the cookie too, no question!!!

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  10. Charmaine Clancy6:33 PM

    2nd person, I'm impressed! Choose your own adventures are becoming very popular now. So good choice. Here to blitz you :)

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  11. Elise Fallson6:48 PM

    This is a great idea! I remember reading a lot of the choose your own adventure books as a kid. Well, since there is no way I can pass up a giant cookie, guess I'm going to the cafeteria!

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  12. Brandon Ax8:53 PM

    Blog blitz! I like this and as I was bad a skipping school, I think I'll head to the dinner.

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  13. Mark Means10:22 PM

    Very cool!! To this day, I still love "Choose your own Adventure" types stories.

    Oh yeah, I'm also here to Blog Blitz you so, consider yourself blitzed! :)

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  14. Hello, AJ! If you hadn't noticed, you're being Blog Blitzed today! This is a really fun story. I'm sure it was a lot of fun to put together to. Good to meet you. I hope you have a great day. :)

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  15. This is amazing! What an ingenious idea for a post!

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  16. Hunter Emkay11:47 PM

    Not feeling particularly adventuresome today, I took Percy back to the library to acknowledge my lack of knowledge. Love choose your own adventures, thank you for all the effort.

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  17. Erin Funk12:45 AM

    I think this just might be the most creative blog post I've ever seen! Such a fun idea! I can't believe the amount of work you put into this. Hope you thoroughly enjoy being Blog Blitzed!

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  18. Sania Heba12:49 AM

    Wow. That seems like a lot of hard work. Congrats on being blitzed! Now off to try the endings! :)

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  19. Great idea. I choose the library, but I'll read them all.

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  20. I'm going to the library, because I used to be a librarian *waves* see you there...

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  21. Carmen Lamiarum1:13 AM

    I'm headed off to the library, for sure. Happy Blitz Day to you!!!

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  22. For me it's a no-brainer... I'm off to the library.
    You have been B-L-I-T-Z-E-D! Enjoy the blitz experience!

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  23. Daddy Grognard1:51 AM

    This is a great idea. I had a lot of fun following the various leads and was sad when I ran out of options. More soon please!

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  24. Tim Knight2:07 AM

    This is awesome - so much work! Congratulations

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  25. Angeline Trevena2:09 AM

    It was great following the links. I was totally obsessed with Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid; that was where my love of fantasy began. Although I was already writing at that point, I suspect the books still had a great influence on my desire to create stories of my own.

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  26. Sheena-kay Graham3:01 AM

    Library, but I'll miss tasting the giant...wait...Giant Cookie? Cafeteria! Library can wait. *Whispers* Why do I feel like I just committed a sin. Great idea today, this was fun.


    You've been Blitzed.

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  27. Mia Hayson3:16 AM

    AHHH. I love pick your plot adventures! This is fabulous!!


    Off to the cafeteria! :-D

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  28. You've been blitzed! Great post, too!

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  29. Miranda Hardy3:56 AM

    Really wonderful post. Enjoyed going through the stories.

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  30. What a fun idea! Hm, where to make him go next?

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  31. Such an awesome idea. Hard to choose where he should go.

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  32. Kelly Hashway4:35 AM

    You've been blitzed! Nice to meet you. I'm a new follower.

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  33. DL Hammons4:42 AM

    This is an amazing post that deserved a lot more attention than it received the first time around. BLOG BLITZ to the rescue! Enjoy your upcoming...VERY BUSY...day! TGIF!!

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  34. This is awesome!! I miss these pick your own adventure books! Thanks for writing/sharing one! Btw, you've been blitzed! :-D

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  35. Hello, AJ! Happy Blog Blitz Day!! When I was a kid I loved the Choose Your Own Adventure novels. Do writers still even publish novels like this? I hope so! This post is so awesome! I'm definitely going for the giant cookie. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend!!

    Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

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  36. I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid! Will just post this comment before I head off to the next links. Hope I don't die a horrible death in the next few choices.

    From the blog blitz,
    Deecoded

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  37. This was awesome! I love the choose your own adventure stories. I think I'll go introverted and head to the library. It's where I spent most of my free time in high school!

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  38. I am so glad we blitzed you, as this is an amazing post. What fun. I went to the library and then back to the school.

    Rhonda from Laugh Quotes

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  39. I love that you managed to place a choose your own adventure on the web. I thought about doing that once but I had no idea how to go about it.

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  40. Julie Dao5:45 AM

    Happy blog blitz, AJ!!! I can't tell you how much I LOVED the Choose Your Own Adventure books growing up. I think I read every single one and when I was through, I had to read the Choose Your Own Goosebumps series to fill the empty space. Okay, I'm gonna do this! Although I love the library, I'll never say no to a giant cookie. Off to the cafeteria I go.

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  41. Joanne Faries5:45 AM

    Blog blitz day and happy to read your post to choose an adventure. Cool idea and neat story. Glad DL chose you. Enjoy the day

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  42. Happy Blog Blitz Day! What a wonderful post! I played once with my "true persona" ... a cowardly introvert and, boy, that ended the game fast! Now I'll grow a bit of spine and play again :)

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  43. Awesome job!! You are very talented and put a lot of work into this!! Very creative :) Great job!! I'm following you :)

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  44. Susan Stuckey5:53 AM

    AJ what w wonderful post - not sure how long it will take me to follow ALL of the possibilities in this make my own adventure - but I've certainly enjoyed those that I've followed/read so far. Nicely done and a great gift to offer to other readers. Thank you

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  45. Madeline Mora-Summonte5:54 AM

    Too fun! :)


    Happy Blog Blitz!

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  46. Happy Blog Blitz - surprise!

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  47. Carolyn Brown5:57 AM

    Wow, so much work and so inventive! Great post!

    And, Happy Blitz Day!

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  48. Donna Smith5:57 AM

    I read this when you first posted and thought it was fun. Also thought I'd commented, but nothing was here when I came back - I've done that a few times lately! I'm glad that at last this is getting some readership. Too good to miss! Enjoy your Blitz Bath!
    www.mainelywrite.blogspot.com

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  49. Your blog has been BLITZED. Enjoy all the attention :) I'd probably choose the first option because I feel introverted :)

    Destination Infinity

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  50. baygril326:01 AM

    giant cookie day!? how did I miss that!


    Enjoy the BLITZ!

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  51. Zan Marie Steadham6:04 AM

    Amazing! You've created the most intricate plot links I've ever seen.
    And I'm following you now.

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  52. Hi AJ! Happy Blog Blitz Day! :)

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  53. This has got to be the coolest thing I've ever seen someone do with a blog!

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  54. Love the plot ideas! Nice job, AJ!

    Bradley Charbonneau's Pass the Sour Cream A-Z Challenge.

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  55. Nick Wilford6:17 AM

    This is an awesome undertaking. I used to play books like this all the time.

    Happy Blitz!! :)

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  56. I seem to be having trouble accessing the comments so sorry if this is a duplicate! Hi from the Blog Blitz!
    Laura Eno – A Shift in Dimensions

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  57. CM Keller6:26 AM

    Wow! What a cool book! Congrats to you and your fellow writer!

    Happy Blog Blitz!

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  58. Barbara Jean Byrem6:31 AM

    Holy carp, what an endeavour. I have a hard enough time sticking with one plot line. Thanks for the fun and by the way, in case you hadn't noticed, you've been blitzed.

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  59. susan swiderski6:42 AM

    Wow, you should get some kind of award for having the most innovative post ever! Great job.

    Oh, and by the way... you've been blitzed! Enjoy!

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  60. Kathryn McKendry6:43 AM

    What a fun idea! I loved these kind of books as a kid.

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  61. Karen Walker6:47 AM

    Happy blog blitz AJ - and very nice to "meet" you.

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  62. Al Diaz6:48 AM

    Wow, I can choose where to go? Great! You've been blitz :)

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  63. Heather Gardner6:51 AM

    This was so much fun! Nicely done! I used to love these types of stories and you just don't see them anymore.

    BAZINGA!

    BLOG BLITZ!!

    Have a great weekend!

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  64. This is awesome!! I'm choosing library but will have to come back later to follow the adventure, when I won't have to rush & thus can truly enjoy it. So glad DL clued us in. Happy Friday!

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  65. Ha ha, very fun. I did a Choose Your Own Adventure blog post a while back with "how to get an agent" so I know how long these take. Well done!

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  66. What a fab idea! Happy Blog Blitz ;)

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  67. Susanne Drazic7:11 AM

    Stopping by for the Blog Blitz! Cool post. I like reading books like this, where you get to choose where the plot goes. Have a great day!

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  68. Amy Jarecki7:13 AM

    Hi AJ, Amy here from Blog Blitz--Good luck with Percy!

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  69. Oh my gosh, this is so awesome! Well done, you ;)
    Blitz <3

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  70. Great concept. It sounds like a lot of work but worth it. Good luck!

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  71. Courtney Barr8:01 AM

    What a cool post! I love this concept! So excited the Blitz brought me here! Im genuinely intrigued with Percy...

    Have a fabulous day!

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  72. Laura Clipson8:05 AM

    I've always loved the idea of pick your plot stories - this one is great! :)

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  73. Abby Annis8:05 AM

    What a fun post! Happy Blitz Day!! :)

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  74. So, I went to the library and now I have to decide to go up the stairs or down...you've pulled me in! I haven't read a choose your adventure book in so long! Great work so far!

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  75. giant cookie day! how fabulous! i love this create your own adventure!

    so glad i stopped by!

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  76. Gwen Gardner8:18 AM

    Oh this is a fun post! I love the "choose your option" books. I'll go check out the links.
    Happy Blog Blitz Day!
    New follower here:)

    Gwen Gardner
    http://gwengardner.blogspot.com

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  77. thediarist8:20 AM

    This is a seriously cool idea! I love this. What a very, very cool idea.

    Really impressive and really well done!

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  78. Suzanne Furness8:28 AM

    This is so cool! Haven't done one of these pick your adventure stories for years so thank you for reminding me what fun they can be. I ended up going to the diner and then following the lights, poor Elisabeth!


    Happy Blitz day to you :)

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  79. What a cool idea! I love this. So creative! I remember reading books like this when I was a kid. You'd read a chapter and then make a selection of what you'd like to do next and follow the page numbers given at the end of the chapter to create your own adventure/story. I loved those.

    Michelle (You've been blitzed) :)

    Author,
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    a PODs novel available November 2014
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  80. Erin Shakespear8:38 AM

    Ha! What a fun idea for a blog post. Very cool. And great job! :)

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  81. Eva Gallant8:45 AM

    What a great idea! Loved this!!!!

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  82. M. J. Joachim8:49 AM

    Heading to the library. See you there...

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  83. Wow, this is awesome! Thanks for the adventure and Happy Blitz Day!

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  84. Sherry Ellis9:00 AM

    What a cool post! I've never seen one like this where you get to pick a plot and create your own story. Nice job!

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  85. Deniz Bevan9:12 AM

    Nice to meet you guys! And what a great idea - I love pick your own adventures. I used to stick my fingers all over the books, trying to follow every option at once :-)
    Blitz!

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  86. Oh my gosh, this was amazing!
    I followed two paths for now, I must come back when I have more time to read ALL of my possibilities, its just too good an adventure to pass up. ( I went to the library and down the basement and then t the diner and followed the light... need more Elsabeth, that left me a bit sad that they were not close after that)
    Count me in as a new follower, LOVED this!
    Also, happy Blitz day ;)

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  87. Wow! You did put a lot work into this and more than I would even attempt. Quite creative.

    Sia
    McKye OVER COFFEE

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  88. I used to love the choose your own adventure books. I would read them over and over and then I would read the whole thing cover to cover to see what options I still had missed. Great post. I need more time to finish.
    You've been blitzed.

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  89. Hi AJ! Happy Blitz day.

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  90. LD Masterson9:29 AM

    Oops, I have to stop follow Percy's plot trails and leave a comment now or I'm going to miss the Blog Blitz. This is a great post!

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  91. Tina Downey9:31 AM

    Happy Blog Blitz! I see you're over 100 followers! Congrats.

    Tina @
    Life
    is Good


    Co-host,
    April 2013 A-Z
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    @TinaLifeisGood,
    #atozchallenge

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  92. Tyrean Martinson9:55 AM

    He goes to the library, and then runs into a girl that's as interested in his namesake as he is . . .but her reasons for that are unclear.
    BTW Happy Blog Blitz!!!

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  93. Oh my gosh, what an idea! Choose your own adventure books were my favorite as a kid. LOVE THIS!

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  94. What an ingenious way to do an interactive pick-your-plot on a blog! I loved the story, and I especially enjoyed the library! I'm so glad DL brought this to my attention. :D

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  95. I LOVED choose your own adventure books growing up. This is a great idea - I'm super impressed with the amount of work you put into it. Well done!!!

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  96. Joan Stradling10:32 AM

    This is so cool!! I loved the Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was growing up and this takes me back. Thanks! Happy Blitz Day!!

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  97. I've read pick-your-plot books on paper, but they work so much better on the web! You well deserve this Blitz of Love!

    madhaus
    Burbed: SF Bay/Silicon Valley Real Estate, Housing, Mortgage & Bubble Price Insanity

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  98. Happy Blog Blitz!!! And awesome idea to have a choose your own adventure blog post:)

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  99. You never see the "choose your own..." stories any more and that is a shame!

    Blitzing my way here!

    --

    Tim Brannan

    The Other Side and The Witch

    Red Sonja: She-Devil with a Sword

    The Freedom of Nonbelief

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  100. Tami Von Zalez2:08 PM

    Blog Blitz - showing some AtoZ love!

    thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  101. KathleenDoyle2:14 PM

    So much fun!! I'm off to choose;)
    Happy Blog Blitz!!

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  102. neat idea-blog blitz

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  103. Nina D'Arcangela2:17 PM

    Great post! Stopping by from Blog Blitz!

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  104. Lillian Csernica2:25 PM

    Hi there! Wow, this is great stuff! I went for the Giant Cookie, and you know, I always was suspicious about what the "food service technicians" did with their spare time. Now I know! (You have now been BLITZED!)

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  105. I went for the library, secret passage, and all the buried school secrets. Bwa ha ha! Hey! where'd everything go????

    What an amazing post! Definitely BLITZ-worthy. :)

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  106. Wow that was fun. Super creative!

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  107. Great idea to be interactive. Enjoy the rest of your blog blitz :)

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  108. Vicki Rocho4:50 PM

    Oh this took me back! I loved the choose your own adventure books when I was a kid! Super fun - great job!

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  109. This is so cool! I LOVED choose-your own adventure books when I was a kid. I even wrote a mini one in middle school. This totally makes me want to dig it up ... and to eat a nice big cookie (that's the path I just took!)

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  110. I just commented on the end of my story arc, basically applauding your use of blog as choose-your-own-adventure.

    I also love the story-telling and really started resonating with Percy in the cafe.

    "Gladys is your favorite thing about this room."

    Love it :)

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  111. Seconded, so glad you put me up on this gold content, DL, and I'm thrilled to generate some buzz !

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  112. David9:11 PM

    Fun post! Interesting book idea! Happy Blitz Day!

    David @ http://eclecticpills.wordpress.com/

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  113. Herb Nowell11:17 PM

    Not only do I love choose your own stories, but the word dashing is too little used today.

    Happy Blog Blitz.

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  114. Chellie12:16 AM

    Interesting, creative stuff you have going on here! Happy to have found you through all the "Blitz" fun. :) Have a great weekend!

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  115. Nancy LaRonda Johnson1:41 AM

    I'm a late comer, but better late than never. Here for the blitz. Interesting idea for a storyline. I've heard of pick your plot ideas, but had never seen one in action. Sounds great.

    I hope you're overwhelmed enough by this blitz and enjoying the thrill of it! Writer’s
    Mark

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  116. Ellie Garratt6:59 AM

    I second DL! Happy Blog Blitz!

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  117. I read the whole thing!!! That was fun!!! Thank you!

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  118. Ooh! It's like a Choose Your Own Adventure. Love it! And what a fun character.

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  119. Elizabeth Seckman12:19 PM

    I'm a day late! But is there really a limit when it comes to blitz time?

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  120. What a great way to highlight some really unique content. Kuddos on a job well done. :)

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  121. What a fantastic idea I havnt read a pick your own adventure in a while and loving the start already :)

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  122. Hope you enjoyed the rest too! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  123. I hope not! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  124. Wow! The whole thing? I'm impressed :)

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  125. The blitz was pretty thrilling! :)

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  126. Definitely agree - dashing is a great word :)

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  127. :) Gladys is pretty great, yup!

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  128. :) Thanks! Glad you had fun!

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  129. Aww yay another A-Z'er! So much lovely crossover :)

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  130. Yeah it's a little easier to find your way back on the web! Works great on the Kindle too (*ahem*: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CJ623T4 ) ;)

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  131. Nice to meet you too :) I will come visit soon!

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  132. Open campus is pretty cool. I only kindof had it. The giant cookie thing was totally true though. The M&M cookies in our caf were out of this world :D

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  133. Indeed! Her reasons are more clear in the book ;)

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  134. Thanks, Tina! xoxo

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  135. :) Our book, Armageddon: Pick Your Plot primarily follows Elisabeth, with Percy in just one story arc. Check us out! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CJ623T4

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  136. They were fun, weren't they? No worries of papercuts when you do it on a blog :)

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  137. She gets her glory in our book! Not to worry :)

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  138. Welcome Gwen! I'll come visit soon :)

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  139. That's awesome! Can you post a link?

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  140. hahahaha Bazinga :) Thanks, Heather!

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  141. Nice to meet you too, Karen!

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  142. Aww thanks, Elizabeth!

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  143. Welcome! Hope to see you around more in the future :)

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  144. Thanks, Donna! Sorry your comment disappeared. I think my blog and Disqus sometimes don't talk to one another very well. Glad you came back :)

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  145. You are most welcome :) Glad you enjoyed it!

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  146. Yeah we were a little harsh on the introverts this time around. Next time maybe we'll reward it a bit :)

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  147. Links, links, links ;)

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  148. Me too! Book nerds unite :)

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  149. No death this time around. :)

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  150. We do! My co-author Dan and I just published one in January! Check us out: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CJ623T4 :)

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  151. Hahaha.. Thanks, Sheena! Hope you enjoyed your cookie (even if the science is a bit dodgy!)

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  152. They really are great, aren't they? Interactive fiction... So good.

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  153. We have a whole book, if you're interested! And we might just have to do another blog post, because people seemed to really enjoy this one. :) Here's a link to the book http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CJ623T4

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  154. Yeah! Interactive fiction! It's such a great idea. Predecessor to video games :) (and ohhh man the hyperlinks..)

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  155. Love this idea! I was a Choose Your Own Adventure fan back in the day and would love to see a resurgence of these books, especially with a mystery bent.

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  156. Kimberly Gabriel6:17 PM

    I love that it's written in second person! Sorry I'm late to the party, but wanted to stop by and say hi anyway!

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  157. I love love this idea. When I was in middle school I used to check these books out from the library! checking out your entire post now!!

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  158. I loved the Choose Your Own Adventure books! My favorite was Choose Your Own Adventure Superadventure, a longer than usual book set in the year 3000.

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