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    Good luck! I’ll be curious to see what happens with this. Amy reads interactive fiction, the “Choices” series is one, I don’t recall the other. She often reads them over and over to see the different outcomes. They’re not just text though, these are a bit like comics. There’s a scene background, and narration, and the characters get avatars with facial expressions and dialogue boxes. She pages through it through an app on her iPad. They come out in chapter installments, and she looks so forward to the next ones that she marks her calendar for the next.

    I used to read the Choose Your Own Adventure books, I especially liked the D&D ones by Rose Estes. I don’t know that I think that way though. I mean, I wrote or improvised dozens of roleplaying adventures in my teens and 20s, but those relied a lot on character interaction to fill out the bare bones. I don’t know if I would be able to come up with a branching story the way I do other stories. Interesting to think about though!

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