Tweet RPG (with the Twitter feed):
Tweet RPG is a creative idea that lets you play a gamebook on Twitter. The blog accompanies the game on the Twitter feed. You make your decisions by tweeting them to the Twitter feed and you can find the story so far and other information from the blog. Well worth playing if you are on Twitter or joining Twitter for if you are not.
This is a blog by Andrew Wright, author of the Gamebook Adventures game Catacombs of the Undercity, Out of the Pit editor for Fighting Fantazine and long standing gamebook enthusiast. Andrew has been writing gamebooks and writing about gamebooks on the internet since the internet was powered by steam. Check out the Gamebooks Yahoo group to see what I mean.
This is the blog of Dave Morris and Jamie Wallis, the authors of the Fabled Lands series. They have authored many many other things between them, too many to list, but check out the blog to see all the wonders that they have produced.
Dan gives an amusing playthrough of gamebooks, mainly Fighting Fantasy books. Dan has read through most of the series and provided many an entertaining story of his experiences.
Turn to 400
This blog provides another series of entertaining and funny stories of playthroughs of Fighting Fantasy books.
This is a blog about gaming and gamebooks. It has an eclectic mix of miniatures, gaming and gamebook related posts.
The World of Gamebook Writing
This is the blog site of J P Barnett, who has written two gamebooks . He has also written posts on how to write a gamebook.
Let's play a gamebook
Here, we can all play a gamebook together by voting on the options. Give it a go.
Jonathan Green, Author
This is the blog of Jonathan Green, author of the Fighting Fantasy books Spellbreaker, Knights of Doom, Curse of the Mummy, Bloodbones, Stormslayer and Night of the Necromancer. He has also written Temple of the Spider God for Gamebook Adventures.
Order of the Eternal Knight
This is the blog of Shane Garvey, co author of the Fabled Lands RPG. Here, he talks about how gamebooks inspired him.
The Lone Delver
This is a blog based on Tunnels and Trolls solo adventures and how to write them.
This is another blog that focuses on Tunnels and Trolls but it also has a lot of posts about Fighting Fantasy. Scott Malthouse has written several Tunnels and Trolls based games. Check them out here.
Titan - The Fighting Fantazine Blog
This is the blog for Fighting Fantazine, a free Fighting Fantasy Fan magazine. The blog provides insight into the creative process of the magazine as well as sneak peaks on what is to come.
Two time highly commended entrant to the Windhammer Competition, Ashton Saylor writes about gamebooks, games and writing his first novel.
Gamebooks, gaming, miniatures and much more in this great blog.
A Hero's Tale
Brian T. Ronk's blog about writing a novel and also his Vote Your Adventure story. Join in!
Tower of Clavius Boon
This blog contains an amusing and entertaining gamebook from Lee Williams who also writes short stories.
Choice of Games Blog
Blog for the excellent smartphone Choice of Games. Contains a few useful articles on creating your own interactive stories.