On Writing : CryptTV partners with InkShares--good news for genre writers by Jeff Lyons

Jeff Lyons

CryptTV partners with InkShares--good news for genre writers

Eli Roth's CryptTV partners with crowdsourcing publishing platform InkShares to publish collection of horror genre short fiction. Looking for new horror talent—great opportunity for genre writers ... http://bit.ly/2bDtmR1

Eli Roth & Blumhouse-Backed CryptTV Partners With Inkshares On Hunt For New Horror Talent
Eli Roth & Blumhouse-Backed CryptTV Partners With Inkshares On Hunt For New Horror Talent
Eli Roth & Blumhouse Productions-backed video platform CryptTV is partnering with crowdsourcing book publisher Inkshares on the launch of a collection of new books published under the CrypyTV name and…
David E. Gates

There seems to be a number of competitions through Inkshares which seems to be yet another site which offers a very slim chance to "win" a competition (the 2016 Manuscript competition - now closed) which you have to pay $50 to enter. I did manage to find somewhere on the Inkshares site that allows you to enter an idea (in 20 words or less) that will apparently be considered for publishing if it reaches 250+ votes or a certain level of reader interest.

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