Have you all heard of "emotobooks?" They're of a unique style and structure, unlike any other entertainment form. Abstract, emotionally provocative illustrations are tied into each story to depict what characters feel during peak moments of tension. These expressionistic elements provide both a cerebral and visual stimulation, which enhance the impact of the experience.
As the publisher of Grit City Publications, our group innovated the medium and I wanted to let you all know about our catalog.
Right now we offer the following emotobooks:
Swing Zone, by Jodi McClure Swing Zone, Issue #1
Grit City, by Ron Gavalik (me)
Lingering in the Woods, by Cynthia Ravinski
Suburbians, by Will Kosh
The way emotobooks are designed is that they're short. We designed these reads for people to consume in about 45-minutes to an hour. This way they work well during lunch or dinner. Some people are reading them on the bus to or from work. Gamers tell us they like them when they're not in the mood to game.
Check them out!
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