Each Chapter Has a Dilemma

 

How Dilemmas Work:

In Chapter One of Jackson's Choice you discover a one hundred dollar bill on a dead body. You choose weather to pocket the money or to put it back.  

The book is 'open' for a set amount of time. The final outcome will be determined by the collective choice of the crowd at the end of that time. So, if 51% of the 'crowd' choose to take the money, then Jackson is a 'Grave Robber'.

A reader can go back and change their choice at any time. They can also compare their choices with those of their friends.

 

Examples:

Chapter One: "Grave Robber" or "Respect The Dead". Does Jackson take $100 from a corpse or does he keep his self respect and put it back? 

Chapter Two: "Scarred For Life" or "Unharmed". During a fight with a thug: does Jackson time it perfectly and get through unharmed or does he mistime and get scarred for life?

Chapter Four: "Awkward Flirt" or "Kept Your Cool". Does Jackson keep his cool with the girls, or does he come off awkward?

Chapter Seven: "I'll Drive" or "I'll Navigate". Does Jackson take control and drive, or is he his OK to let go and navigate?

How Dilemmas Impact The Story:

Jackson's Choice is a coming-of-age story. In his old life, his choice's had little consequence. But now his choices matter. How he acts now will shape his personality, his character his look and, of course, the story line to come. 

In the final chapter, we push Jackson (and you, the reader) to make an impossible choice. Will he (and you) be able to step up and make that choice? Or, will you leave it to the crowd?

 

The choice you, your friends and the crowd make will direct the next book. 

Jackson's personality, character and the plot line will be determined by our readers.