Rudolf Kerkhoven and Daniel Pitts tirelessly worked on this book for five years.  (Actually, they both grew tired quite a few times in those five years.)

The Adventures of Whatley Tupper is a comedic take on the Choose Your Own Adventures books from the 80's.  Whatley Tupper, a middle-aged janitor in a university, may end up doing many things tonight.  He may take on a renegade group of custodians.  He may take on the trigger-happy head of campus security.  He may travel to Honduras to find the long-deported love of his life.  He may travel into parallel universes that are in fact other plot lines.  He may even end up just being a dream in the mind of his idol, Tom Selleck.  Who knows?  There are 37 different ends, and what happens is all up to you!

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
Instead of flipping to different pages like the original choose your own adventure books, you click on hyperlinks.  And using the BACK button, readers can easily trace back their steps.

Q: Why did you go indie?
E-publishing works perfectly for this book.  If published traditionally, it would require more more than 400 pages, which is too much... girth... for light comedy.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
I don't think there are any authors in the 'comedic-choose-your-own adventure-for-adults' genre, to be honest.

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