Today I’m excited to announce a project I’ve been working on for quite some time: I’ve always loved the Choose Your Own Adventure book series, ever since I read them as a child, and I always wished that someone would have written a gender swap version to explore all of the possible ways a gender swap might turn out or change your life if it actually happened to you. Well, I got tired of wishing, and finally wrote one myself.
I sincerely hope you all enjoy it!
In My Very Own Gender Swap, YOU get to make all of these choices and more as you join Chris Scalatore, a young man in his early 20s, on the romantic transformation adventure of a lifetime. When his friend Kayla presents him with a unique opportunity to transform himself into the woman he might have been, Chris gets to spend an entire day as Natalie—the hot, female version of himself.
Not only can you pick what Chris looks like as Natalie, but you also get to decide what she does: Do you go to the lingerie store or stay home to play with Kayla? Will you spend your evening chatting up the cute, artsy lesbian in the corner, or yield yourself to the brash, aggressive billionaire who wants to own and control you? With over 300 pages of possibilities and sixteen completely unique endings, the choices you make on this fateful day will affect Chris in very real ways that will stick with him for the rest of his life.
Can Chris learn to find true happiness during his day as a woman, or will he end up even worse off than he would have been otherwise? Only you can decide!
Unlike traditional books, this is a branching narrative story that can be read multiple times with different events throughout. At the end of each section there are several hyperlinks indicating choices you can make for Chris, almost like a game. You can tap your e-reader/tablet or click the link in your browser (depending on where you’re reading this) to make the selection you want, and you’ll be transported to that section to continue the story. While it’s possible to use your back buttons to go back a step, you’ll probably have the most fun if you treat the decisions as permanent until your next read-through, just like Chris would have to do!