Try Not To Die…

I hated reading as a kid. It wasn’t until I discovered the Choose Your Own Adventure series that I fell in love with books. I secretly dreamt of writing my own, scribbling and crumpling up balls of failure, trying all over again, and after only 25 years of attempts, that little dream is here.

“Try Not To Die: At Grandma’s House” is the first volume in an interactive horror series I’ve co-written with Mark Tullius. To celebrate the Halloween launch you can download the eBook today for free!

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8 thoughts on “Try Not To Die…

  1. OMFG IF I WASN’T BROKE FROM MOVING TO ANOTHER COUNTRY, I WOULD DOWNLOAD THE CRAP OUT OF THIS!!! Is it for kids? Adults? Both? Give us a teaser!!!

    • Thanks, Hannah! It’s young adult, but hopefully entertaining for us old adults, as well. And good news! They’re extending the free eBook download through today. We’re trying to get as many reviews as possible. You can download it on Amazon.com. Here’s the address:

  2. Congratulations! Yeah, I struggled quite a bit with reading and writing when I was younger too. I was disinterested by most of the books I read during my elementary school years. I totally felt disengaged by the nonsense fiction we had access too then, hehe.

    I envy our younger generation now they have access to everything. They can read and write about anything! However, it has always struck me that, the thing about good authors/writers is, that we have always been great storytellers – even if took a bit more work to convey it on paper with words :D

    Whether we are just shooting the sh*t between friends at a bar or retelling something flippant from our daily bump and grind at work, we just have a precocious need -to share-. Good storytellers do not always start out as great readers and writers, the best ones however, are always good communicators. We have taken the time to develop our writing and share our love of stories by using the written word :)

    • Well said. I completely agree, and all of my favorite people (most of them not writers) are hilarious storytellers. It’s the best quality I’ve discovered in humanity, but I’m still holding out hope for telekinesis.
      I also envy the younger generation, but only at times. I’m also concerned with how the relentless tidal wave of information is going to affect their wonderful minds. I’m hyper enough as is. I’d hate to think what I’d be like had I grown up with the Internet.

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