Friendship

Victoria Marini @LitAgentMarini · Sep 14

#MSWL I always fall for the "best friends should be dating" trope but lately I'd also love a bff pair who love and admire one another's beautiful selves but also do not want to bang. Think Jack & Liz or Harry & Hermione or John Kimble & Phoebe O'Hara (Kindergarten Cop, y'all).

Catherine Laudone @CatherineLaud · Sep 12

Looking for a modern-day #YA #SisterhoodoftheTravelingPants with strong, positive female friendships! Magic realism is always a plus! #MSWL

Owl-yssa Jennette @AlyssaJennette · Sep 12

#MSWL A novel--for any age group--about the breaking point in a friendship or family relationship. Tell me about having the strength to end contact with someone who can't be helped/is actively toxic. Relatedly: a book about intentional familial estrangement and its effects.

Maria Vicente @msmariavicente · Sep 12

Random topics & things I’m into (idk it might help???): animal rights / boy bands / comics / crows / design / the environment / friendship / ghosts / LGBTQ+ characters / mental health / pop music / teen dramas / Zelda / the 90s. #MSWL

Natalie Hallak @NatalieHallak · Sep 12

#MSWL I'm on the hunt for wildly entertaining literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, and memoir, esp from underrepresented perspectives. Dying to see non-Eurocentric HF, refreshing romcoms a la #CrazyRichAsians, propulsive toxic female friendship stories--omg the list goes on--

Samantha Wekstein @SWekstein · Sep 12

6. Two very different types of girls learning to appreciate each other and become best friends. #mswl

Mari Kesselring @marikesselring · Sep 12

I wish for:
YA featuring teen protestors
YA high fantasy or sci-fi with non-romantic m/f friendship, teaming up together but not falling in love
MG "mean girl" antidote, girls who support each other through middle school's challenges
#MSWL

Kat Enright @katenright · Sep 12

Other things I'm looking for? Vampires. Witches. Monster children. Found families. Female friendships. Theater kids and young geeks. #MSWL

Suzie Townsend @sztownsend81 · Sep 12

It's #MSWL day. Topping my list is commercial women’s fiction--particularly #ownvoices contemporaries; mother/daughter, sisters, or best friends stories for women in their 30s or 40s. Romance isn't necessary though I do love romance.

Carly Watters @carlywatters · Sep 12

Commercial “Millennial” novels: i.e. STARTUP, THE ASSISTANTS, THE KNOCKOFF, THE REGULARS. Starting careers, moving to new cities, friendships, new marriages etc #mswl

Kelly *Screaming Moonlight* @LitAgentKelly · Sep 12

#MSWL MG Diverse and LGBTQIA+ voices. Middle grade is really some of the toughest years of my life, and anything that can help them realize it's okay to be different, is helpful. Love ghost stories and stories of crushes and friendship at this age.

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Sep 12

contemporary middle grade stories of friendship or family – potentially with a touch of magic #mswl