We all know Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet’s story. The Montagues and Capulets are feuding families. In spite of that, Romeo and Juliet became star-crossed lovers in less than a day and were married for four days before committing suicide, one right after the other. A series of silly choices get them to that end, and, though I can understand the silly choices since Juliet and Romeo were both very young, the choices always bothered me.
I always wondered, “What would have happened if they chose different routes or talked to different people? Even better, how would the story turn out if the readers could choose from a series of choices?” As thus, I would love to read a mashed up version of Romeo and Juliet where you could choose your own adventure.
-Tiffany T. Cole