I've been experimenting with interactive storytelling recently, with one eye on presenting my other writing in a new, tablet friendly way as well as in print.
The result is Black Rock Trail.
I think it's totally natural to read text on a tablet; outside of inky print, text is more naturally at home on a tablet than on a laptop or desktop computer, so combining photos, text, narrative and interactivity was natural for someone weaned on Colossal Cave on a ZX Spectrum.
Twine, created by Chris Klimas, has been my tool of choice.
Twine is an open source free to download piece of deceptively simple software, which allows you to experiment with presenting words, narrative or not, along with almost any other piece of information you may find on any web page.
I've put up a page for my new interactive photo stories, or you can take a look at my Photography page if you would like to see the Black Rock Trail photographs 'story free'.
You can find Twine here, thank you Chris.
Almost as importantly take a look at the best Twine hosting site philome.la if you have a Twine tale of your own you want to share.
I am eternally grateful to @colinmarc and @trucy for putting philome together.
All the photographs used in Black Rock Trail have been fairly brutally edited in Aperture for effect rather than improvement.
For other sources of interactive stories try Indie Games,
and for very texty stuff go to Zarf's.
To get your twine tale up on Android try Gritfish. To look at a twine tale on your Android device try The Abyss.
Owners of iDevices might try Inkle.
For truly artistic pieces of creative wonder look at Porpentine's work, not all suitable for work but all amazing.