Issue 14 is out! This issue concludes the EmotoSerial, Swing Zone, by author Jodi McClure and digital artist Zach Revale. Edited by yours truly.
The purists run into problems during their covert city mission, leaving Mia in a dangerous position. Coltis must contend with Zavier Blancharde and his cruel idea of retribution, which includes an ultimatum that leaves Lakeside reeling. After an explosive encounter, Mia finds herself out on the streets. Coltis has a tense standoff with Drew and discovers just how Commander Blancharde has been using his newly found powers. When the dusts of war finally settle, which side of the line will Mia be on? Expect the unexpected in this huge, action-packed finale!
So I’m giving it to you, for free, if you comment below with the following:
1. Your favorite issue of Swing Zone and why
2. Your favorite character in Swing Zone and why
3. Your email address
That’s it. But you only have until the end of the day on Sunday, May 5th. After that the giveaway will be closed and I’ll only listen to your pleas if I really, really like you.
This giveaway is now closed.
But really, what I want to say is thank you. Thank you to all the readers of Swing Zone and the fans of Grit City Publications who have supported the creative teams in even the smallest ways. We do this all for you.
In Swing Zone, Issue #6, Mia Blancharde is at a loss without Coltis Lawson but resigns herself to the life she’s chosen. An odd encounter at a party leaves Mia with intriguing new questions about the purists and makes Lakeside more mysterious than she imagined.
Following an explosive run-in with Daniel, she attempts to flee the city, which lands her in the hands of the military and her brother, Colonel Zavier Blancharde. Loss turns to hope as Mia is enlisted to use her connection in Lakeside to spy for her brother, making her the unwilling eyes and ears of Freedale’s military.
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- July Dystopia Month – Review: Swing Zone Issue#1 by Jodi McClure (readingdiva.com)