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.
Hi guys, I just joined this syndicate as I feel it better represents the sort of work I do. Look forward to getting involved.
@Joni Dee I think you have never been able to use credits for shipping. All the physical books I’ve ordered with credits still needed cold hard cash for shipping.
@Nicola Sarjeant @Peter Ryan many thanks for the nomination - would be thrilled to get your guys backing if u chose to.. with 140 orders to go, and 5 social networks already extracted to the max - i’m honestly running out of ideas...
@Aaron Frale Thanks for jumping on board. Great to have you here!
Both Stephen and Joni would be excellent picks. However, I’m also inclined to support Joni for July. He has only 29 days left (and hasn’t had a syndicate backing), while Stephen has 89 days (and two syndicates). It might give Joni a good push in the last couple of weeks of his campaign.
And well done to my sometime BFF, @Tal M. Klein on becoming the official winner of the Geek and Sundry contest. Good work, mate!
@Tal M. Klein Haha! Thanks, Tal. You are the man!
Buy my book again, Tal! And the cover IS outstanding!
- We Clocked The T-Rex @Ronald D Valle
Hey folks, sorry. I was hoping to have a moment to draw up something in my style for the syndicate coin, and may still one day do that. But in the meantime, everyone here seems happy with Joni’s work, so I’ve subbed that in and we have an emblem. Thanks Joni.
Got my first production meeting tomorrow and we’re moving quickly on the book to get it out for the election, so my head’s all over the place right now, but if you have tentative picks for May, let them fly. Project Penny is still on my radar but I’m sure there are some struggling Geek & Sundry entrants (very much not looking at you, Tal — amazing work on TPE) who may not have a contest win in their sights but who still have time to make a run for publication and could use a boost from us. As always, no genre or book is off limits here.