By Agents

Alexandra Machinist @amachinist · 4 Jan 2016

Looking for books like The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova, A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, In a Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware #mswl

Brent Taylor @btaylorbooks · 4 Jan 2016

Slowing catching up on queries/submissions. Here's my start-of-the-year #MSWL:

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 4 Jan 2016

"Thriller (legal, medical, political, etc.), Mystery (cozy, private eye, police procedural, etc.)" @curtisPSLA #MSWL

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

Details for how to submit (and please do!) are on my website

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

And of course people are writing brilliant books and I can't imagine what they might be. So them, please 5/5

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

Stories about the relationship between people and animals 4/5

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

A love story set in a time or place I know nothing about 2/5

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

A memoir of a life (or part of a life) that I've never considered or imagined 1/5

Jo Undead @jounwin · 4 Jan 2016

It's the new year and I am feeling sunny and receptive. Next five tweets are things I'd especially love to see.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 3 Jan 2016

"Family secrets with deep rooted drama & single events that change the course of lives." @carlywatters #MSWL

Stephanie Delman @imaginarysmd · 2 Jan 2016

On my 2016 #MSWL: more female authors! Too many best-of lists are still dominated by (straight, white) men. #WeNeedDiverseBooks #Binders

Brent Taylor @btaylorbooks · 2 Jan 2016

I blogged about my 2016 #MSWL! See what types of manuscripts I'm looking for as we head into the new year:

Terrie Wolf @AKA_Terrie · 1 Jan 2016

Please transform into children's NF. #mswl - California condor that helped save species returns to wild (from @AP)…