Monday, December 5, 2011

An Interview with Ryan Jacobson

Today on the blog we have Ryan Jacobson, author of Can You Survive: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. A mouthful I know but how much do you miss Choose Your Own Adventure books? I know I do! This book made me happy inside because I got to experience what I love about making my own path through a book all over again.

*ahem* Anyway, I'll give the floor over to Ryan! He answered my questions with only lines from the book. Brave man.

1) How would you describe yourself to your readers? 

He is shorter and rounder than you, and his skills in the art of deduction are lacking. 

2) Is there anything you've ever wanted to do besides write? 

Have a small pawnbroker’s shop at Coburg Square. 

3) What is one thing that we don't know about you, but should? 

I hate salmon. 

4) If you could travel anywhere at all, where would you go? 

Hire a carriage and ride for four or five miles through the Surrey lanes. 

5) What is your favorite part about being a writer? 

My work is very important and top secret. You might even call it a matter of national security. 

6) Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 

In front of a shabby, brick building two stories tall.


He's the world's most famous detective, and thanks to this brilliantly adapted book, he's you! The cases, the clues, the suspects, they're yours to sort through in this exciting Choose Your Path book. You are Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. You make the choices. But be careful; the wrong decision could lead to your doom.


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