How to Write a Choose Your Own Adventure, Without Tears! by Andrew Tran on September 29, 2015 Admit it: after the first Choose Your Own Adventure you ever read, you immediately thought about writing one; maybe you didnt because you thought you couldnt write, or maybe you didnt want to edit a dozen endingsplotlines.
How can the answer be improved? Countless adventure novels have been written over the years, but many of them succumb to poor writing, hackneyed plots and the thousand tiny cuts of stereotyped cliches.
If you're going to write an adventure novel, it pays to write one as well as you possibly can. Define your plot and characters. (By the way, I've added more information, detailed examples, etc.and turned this series of articles a book: How to Write a Choose Your Own Adventure Story. ) What is a story? An excellent book about ancient myths is The Hero With a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell. The title says it all.
The title says it all. Across cultures and generations, some variation of a hero figures into every beloved story. How to Write Your Adventure Book During Your Adventure David Goodrich, former director of the UN Global Climate Observing System, is biking the country to observe our changing world in personand writing a book as he