Just curious, because mostly I've only seen mention of traditional books here, but does anyone enjoy other reading formats?
Mostly what I'm talking about is like... graphic novels are a good one and one that a lot of people know about, but then there's light/visual novels, kinetic novels, and I suppose one could make a point for using cheats in games just to read through the storyline but that's kind of a stretch(though I know a lot of people who did this for Warcraft 3).
I mostly mention this because I just found out about this really cool kinetic novel. Relatively short, took a bit less than 2 hours to read/"play" through it all, but I enjoyed it a lot.
The kinetic novel is titled Juniper's Knot. I'm not really sure on the rules for linking other people's stuff here(checked the rule's thread, so I'm guessing it's alright but not sure so if not feel free to remove this), but the link if you want to check it out is http://junipersknot.dischan.org/ .
I just found it really cool and I thought it was interesting to see something like that. I know it's more popular in Asian countries(I think mostly Japan), but some of them are really high quality, enough to rival animated movies, and have great stories to boot.
Anyone else read this type of stuff(or any other cool story formats), and any interesting new finds if you do? Or I guess if you don't, any reason why you dislike that kind of stuff or haven't tried it? Kind of curious to see what people think about it.
(Random addition: I actually wrote a review about Juniper's Knot on my own website, but I'm pretty sure it's not alright to randomly pitch that. If you're interested in reading it, let me know in a PM, though).