The Rentwicke Forest has been haunted for years, or so the rumors say. Some folks even suspect undead exist in the labyrinth of caves beneath. Now reports of gruesome murders are cropping up from nearby villages, and the king has chosen you, Jonathan of Whitmore, to investigate. But are you truly ready to fight an enemy you don't even know? During your quest, you must remember that one decision can affect the rest of your life. Will you:
--Discover the secret of the mysterious invader's dark powers?
--Befriend the strange wizard, help the vengeful siblings, or fall for the female cleric?
--Fall prey to undead beings or other creatures, or even become one?
--End up imprisoned by the enemy, visit a nearby city, or arrive safely back home?
This illustrated interactive story follows Jonathan, accompanied by faithful amulet Mac, through a classic pick-your-own-path adventure that allows the reader to play through multiple routes to reach a variety of different endings.
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About the Author
I grew up in a Maryland suburb of Washington, D.C., writing bits and pieces of fiction ideas since childhood. Some even became short stories, but nothing publishable. I attended college in Baltimore, where my love for music became serious, but during my last year of college I was able to take a fiction writing course, and then began fleshing out an idea for a novel.
After securing a job, I expanded my musical repertoire and writing styles, while continuing to add to my novel. I researched other writing outlets, but I found that traditional publishing was not likely to be my bread-and-butter. Then I discovered Helium.com in 2007. Helium was an online community where authors could sharpen their writing skills and earn money based on the number of people who clicked on their work. I wrote approximately 180 articles on Helium, the highest earner of those being "How to Write a Choose Your Own Adventure Story."
I had not touched my novel for many years, but a visit to the Maryland Renaissance Festival brought back my inspiration with a vengeance. I finished writing my novel and hired a professional editor and cover artist. At this point, my main goal is not to earn money, but merely to get my story out to the public. Any earnings are icing on the cake.
Now it's time to write the next book.