If You're Hattie And You Know It πŸ‘πŸ‘

@hatteatime

Associate Agent at @bflagency . Feminist bad cop. 'A very precocious twelve year old'. Mean, but not funny with it.

London

Blake Friedmann

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

(no wait, a few other key words: magicians, lesbians, cooking, child narrators, gymnastics, unrequited love, ambitious women, fat women)

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

As usual this list isn't exhaustive, and I never know what I might fall in love with. Submission guidelines are here blakefriedmann.co.uk/submissions

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

But I'm also keen to expand into science writing this year, particularly in areas of health and technology - if you have an idea, speak up!

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

In non-fiction, as always I'm looking for groundbreaking new ideas in personal growth and self-help, and beautiful voices.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

In commercial women's fiction, I'm really looking for books for the 20-30 age bracket at the moment.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

I see a lot of YA but I'm really keen for something that's beautifully-written, emotional and set in contemporary UK (please no fantasy!)

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

Book club novels with a secret to figure out at their centre - that partial reveal style that keeps you guessing, and turning the page.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

I love upmarket women's fiction novels with sprawling casts of characters, like THE SECRET INTENSITY OF EVERY DAY LIFE.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

Huge fan of domestic noir that gets under the skin - I've seen bad mothers by the bucketload but what about fathers and daughters?

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

I'd love a well-written procedural detective series (think Jackson Brodie or Dublin Murder Squad) with a well-thought out mystery!

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

My heart always leaps at novels set in my old stomping ground - Sheffield, Leeds, Barnsley, Wakefield and the Peak District.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

I'm really looking to build #MG, for 9+. Humour, brilliant world-building a la Eoin Colfer, exciting adventure - send it my way!

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

First of all, as always, is love stories! Not enough love stories on my list. I like love stories that are clever, contemporary and fresh.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 13 Apr 2017

OK guys, I'm back. And I've been thinking about what I'd most like to read this summer! #mswl

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 1 Jul 2016

On my #mswl at the moment: a YA book about siblings who look out for each other; a British Stephanie Plum; something with a stage magician.

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 6 Jun 2016

Writers: I would love a #YA love story in my inbox. Submit away! #litagent #mswl

if you're Hattie and you know it πŸ‘πŸ‘ @hatteatime · 2 Jun 2016

#mswl a book about siblings, particularly from the oldest child's point of view - thriller, YA or women's fiction

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