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A Romantic Weekend for Two: Solving a Crime – The New York Times

I’d like a job that consisted purely of travelling around the world and participating in these kinds of events. Does it exist? “Professional Audiencing” perhaps?

‘Amenities include a convertible, a night’s stay at a cozy seaside hotel and a tablet for communicating with “suspects” and keeping track of clues; certain details — the driving playlist, the contents of a picnic lunch — are customized according to a pre-trip questionnaire.’

via A Romantic Weekend for Two: Solving a Crime – The New York Times.

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How One Author Used Twitter To Write A Thrilling Choose Your Own Adventure Story

I really enjoyed participating in this. However, my vote often seemed to lead to a tie and I had to remind myself that that wasn’t something I needed to feel guilty about…

‘Although Berry wasn’t sure where the story was going (“that was kind of the point,” he said), what emerged was “Untine,” a tale about a talking owl and a labyrinthine forest, told in rich, earthy language.’

via How One Author Used Twitter To Write A Thrilling Choose Your Own Adventure Story.