When Christopher Rickaby wrote the novel Shuffle, he did so with iTunes in mind. The book, published under the pen name James T. Raydel through the fiction-collective Lulzlit, is comprised of seven chapters that can be read in any order and shuffled around, much like a playlist in iTunes.
There are seven possible beginnings, seven possible endings and readers can decide how it plays out. The stories are tied together through different songs found on an iPod. At the end of each chapter, a reader can click on an iPod graphic to decide which chapter they’d like to read next. Read more