Yes some do, but they cannot use choose your own adventure because that term is trademarked.
That's good to know. Thankscinisajoy said:Yes some do, but they cannot use choose your own adventure because that term is trademarked.
You are welcome. I learned that when a friend got a take down notice.markbrandonpowell said:That's good to know. Thanks
Of course, I got them all from 99 designs, and I would love to give them out. It supports my artists and makes sure they are there when I need them again.ChaseLeigh said:Probably off topic, but your covers are fantastic, Mark! Who does them?
Wow that's cool, didn't know he had an autobiography. That was my thought. It might be different enough to make it interesting. I just remember loving them when I was younger, and I love Bioware and all of their games like that. But give it a real ending unlike Mass Effect's three different colored laser beam ending.Nicknacks said:Not 'adventure' per se, but Neil Patrick Harris' autobiography was written in that style. It was an awesome read on my kindle (not annoying to click to different scenes, which was my expectation).
The style is refreshingly different, so you may be on to something there
My favorites were the Dungeons and Dragons ones. A bit more story to them, where you could read for a page or two before the next choice. They got weaker later on, but the first several were great fun. I still have a few titles kicking around here, like Dungeon of Dread and Mountain of Mirrors. Anyone else read them?BobPage said:Man, I used to love those books! They were everything outside of Calvin & Hobbes! Now you have me thinking...........Good luck!