New Syndicate: The Idiosyncraticate

Created over 3 years ago by Billy O’Keefe with 5 comments
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Img 1188 Billy O’Keefe · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
We made a pick! Peter pointed me to our pick for March: LOUISIANA BLOOD - A Chandler Travis and Duke  Lanoix mystery. It mixes history, real-life legend and contemporary fiction, set against a backdrop with bottomless potential. Bending genres like this speaks to what this syndicate is all about. Good luck, Mike. 
Picture Glenn McDougall · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
Hi Billy, sounds like a fun thing. I haven’t really explored syndicates yet but this could be a good place to start :)
Lxftacps Brian Marsden · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
Sounds like it could be fun.  I’ll try to remember you guys for when I get on to another novel. 
162980 10150347252315626 6077063 n Joseph Terzieva · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 1 like
Good luck!
Img 1188 Billy O’Keefe · Author · edited over 3 years ago · 4 likes
Hey folks, I decided to start up a syndicate. It seemed like a fun thing to do, and also, I felt Inkshares might benefit from having a place where authors of "etc" kinds of projects (humor, quirky, oddball, whatever) could plead for some syndicate support. Though it also bears mentioning that any project that could reasonably qualify for the other syndicates’ backing is welcome here as well. I’m just looking for some unsung heroes to boost, and I don’t wish to step on the toes of any of the other new syndicates that are still recruiting members. 

Anyway, here’s the description:

A syndicate championing unsung projects (in any genre), as well as those that may not necessarily dabble in Inkshares’ more popular genres. Here’s to the crazy ones, as that old computer commercial’s saying goes. Looking especially for humor, quirky, autobiographical or just plain oddball projects to support, but unheralded projects in need of a boost in the fantasy, sci-fi, thriller and other popular genres will not be turned away from consideration.

Feedback (and of course, memberships) warmly welcome.