Hello twitterverse! I am now very selectively looking for adult fantasy. I read a lot of adult high fantasy as a teen and still love it. I often am drawn to unique epic fantasy with a strong heroine as the MC as well as a romance subplot. #MSWL
ChristAHH! HeschkEEK! @ChristaHeschkeI was an Anthropology minor who loved me some Indian Jones, Nathan Drake (Uncharted) and Lara Croft (Tomb Raider). Lara Croft is tip-top on my mind as I just played Shadow of the Tomb Raider AND because she's a kick-ass, tough as nails heroine with flaws (she's human after all).
So, #MSWL! Give me some puzzles, centuries old folklore and history/ancient cultures, high stakes, cool artifacts/treasure, globe trotting, danger and a Lara Croft-esque lead. Maybe add in some romance :)
So in light of my recent October-themed tweets, please do send me all your creepy, eerie, scary and strange YA and MG horror, mystery and thrillers. I am 100% in the mood for a good scare and all thing that go bump in the night! #MSWL
Just learned about Mary G. Ross---one of the first female Native American engineers. She worked on design concepts for interplanetary space travel!! If any Native American writers (she was Cherokee) want to write her story, I'd LOVE to see it! :) #MSWL
I just came across a YA book coming out that used Pan's Labyrinth as a comp. I LOVE that movie and Guillermo del Toro's work in general. Writers, if you use any of his films as comps and I am so in! Delightfully dark, beautiful visuals and fantastical! #MSWL