Ann Leslie Tuttle
#MSWL Would love to find women's fiction, thrillers and Middle Grade submissions that incorporate popular science and STEM themes. Love richly evocative stories that have a strong sense of the natural world.
#MSWL. Always looking for great adult fiction, e.g. Southern Gothic, medical romance, romantic comedies, Up Lit, domestic thrillers, historical fiction, women’s fiction, mysteries and cozy mysteries. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#MSWL. Also love Middle Grade stories addressing need for kindness, showing characters overcoming physical and mental obstacles and showing inclusion. Love messages against bullying, being courageous and taking risks.
Welcome stories set in school, magic worlds and at home.
#MSWL. One 2019 resolution is to expand my representation to Middle Grade. I love these books, especially ones w/messages of hope/inclusion/diversity that may also address difficult emotional situations. And ones w/fantasy/superpowers. Please query me at email@example.com.
So enjoyed Ruth Ware’s The Death of Mrs. Westaway. I loved the Gothic atmosphere and how the author adeptly worked the tarot card element into the story to make her heroine more memorable. I would love to see some Gothic fiction as submissions. #MSWL.
Joanne Rock @JoanneRock6The Allure of the Cowboy - a multi-author interview at Okie Dreams okiedreams.com/blog/the-roman… pic.twitter.com/qAz8c1phkc
#MSWL—I would love to see some contemporary and historical romances featuring cowboys.
My #MSWL is finally up, and I hope this means I will see more women’s fiction projects and romance. I especially love romantic suspense and am looking for an engaging Amish romance. I am actively seeking debut and established writers.