CryptTV and Inkhouse Teaming Up to Launch New Initiative

Exciting news for aspiring horror writers as CryptTV, the video company fronted by Eli Roth and Blumhouse Productions, is partnering with crowd-sourcing platform Inkshares to launch a collection of horror books under the CryptTV brand.

As a part of this partnership, CryptTV is running a contest through Inkshares where the top three horror stories will automatically be published by Inkshares; then CryptTV will choose one of those to brand under their CryptTV name. According to news source Deadspin, the contest will end on October 31st with the winners being announced on November 4th.

CryptTV, whose motto is “Weird is Good”, was founded in 2015 and prides itself on creating and distributing dark, edgy and scary video content across the internet while Inkshares was started in 2013 and is a unique publisher that allows its readers to vote on what gets published.

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