Reader’s Choice Fiction
Reader’s choice isn’t new to fiction. Perhaps as a child you read some of the Choose Your Own Adventure series. This line of books was hugely popular in the 80’s and 90’s. It allowed readers to take on the role of the lead character and make story line decisions.
My adult reader’s choice is somewhat different. When the alpha wolf in this wild shifter series is revealed, the reader decides if it will be a She-Wolf or He-Wolf.
Why offer a choice? Perhaps some writers can’t decide which story line they prefer. For me it was simple. I sat at my computer and out came two love options for my leading man. Rather than start up a love triangle. I wrote two story lines. Further into the editing process, the idea of offering a reader’s choice for ‘hotness’ developed.
Moon Shadows is the first in a series. You can follow John’s story with a She-Wolf or a He-Wolf or read both. You can also choose to skip the ‘hotness’ scenes if those aren’t your thing. Each book starts with a few chapters that move the story along. Then a fork appears on the page. Hyper-links allow you to choose the alpha and follow the trail into hotness or pass on it and move to where the story merges once again.
Reader’s choice is all about giving the reader control. For the writer, it is about taking a character or story line you find intriguing and twisting it in an alternate direction. Letting your imagination run wild.
In this Moon Series, other members of this intriguing pack are slowly introduced to John. Where will his journey lead? You can count on suspense, love, humor and barbeque ribs. Okay, the last one you’ll have to make for yourself. But you can always count on finding a happily ever after. Or at least a happy for now.
Try something new. Pick up this reader’s choice and take control of where the story goes. A wild ride, or rather read, awaits you.