Forbidden love is a plus! YA writers, I love a good tear-jerker, but also an up-to-the-minute novel that gives us a look at 2021 teen-life, like THE HATE U GIVE. For me, YA is all about the character and their voice. (3/4).
Are the characters complicated and fresh but at the same time, familiar? I'm looking for a thriller that's pulse-pounding, a commercial novel that makes me forget I'm working, and a romance where the chemistry is palpable and builds throughout the book. (2/4)
Penguin Random House 🐧🏠📚 @penguinrandomThe Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse
You won’t want to leave. . . until you can’t.
“When guests at a five-star resort in the Alps disappear mid-blizzard, vacation’s over for detective Elin Warner. It’s The Shining but with a full house.” —People bit.ly/3bBGpRu @SarahVPearse pic.twitter.com/BieCor0lG8
I'm loving The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse. This exactly the kind of gripping story I'm looking for. Are you writing something similar? Pitch me! #mswl
Jennifer Weis @JenniferWeisRYAOkay guys, I just got rejected. I feel for all of you—agents feel like you do when a potential client picks someone else, which just happened to me with a damn good domestic suspense novel. So I’m open for business to the best of you: Bring on a bestseller! #writingcommmunity
Bookclub fiction and suspense are top on my wish list. #MSWL
Thrillers, bookclub fiction, and books with contemporary relevance, narrative or otherwise, are on my #MSWL.
I want to be thrilled, stumped, mystified, turned on, and everything in between.
I’ve been sleeping a bit later these mornings, I confess, but waking with that eternal hope that the perfect novel awaits me in my inbox.
This is just a note to say, keep those queries coming! Because I'm at home, I'm reading MORE!