Megan ☃️ Is Closed To Queries!
✨ Alane G. ✨ @Aleikats(au) emo looking boi befriends pretty fairy working as a dancer at his uncle's nightclub. ¯¯\_( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)_/¯ idk pic.twitter.com/UpZQEew7iW
Hi, if someone has a dynamic like this anywhere in their book, please query me.
PLEASE AND THANK YOU.
Kat Cho 🦊🇰🇷📚 @KatChoI NEED a YA novel with competitive teens that also have a fierce, tough, complex adult character like Monica from CHEER to support and push them! #cheeronnetflix pic.twitter.com/1EkcidfK6P
Huge #MSWL right now. I devoured Cheer and would love to see some competitive sports stories in my query box.
Megan Manzano 🌸 @Megan_ManzanoA reminder that I'll be reopening to queries on Monday! If you want to know what I'm looking for in the new year, here's a thread.
#writingcommunity #amagenting #amquerying
Something I haven't mentioned but am really on the hunt for: MIDDLE GRADE STORIES. Contemporary, speculative, fantastical - I want it all.
Especially if it's about friendship, odd hobbies, or beginning to figure out who you are.
#MSWL #writingcommunity #amagenting #amquerying
Eliza Swift @elizaswiftThinking on my 2020 #MSWL and what I'd really like to see in my inbox are monstrous girls (maybe literally!) and the cinnamon rolls that love them
#MSWL for the new year pt 5: stories with dual or multi-POVs, especially if it's a group of friends. I want to see POVs that bounce off one another, add tension, or really grow the dynamic between the characters.
#MSWL for the new year pt 4: light fantasy or contemporary stories with magical elements, especially if they have quieter stakes.
Not saving the world but instead asking someone out or fixing a fight with a friend.
#MSWL for the new year pt 2: feel good YA romance, especially if it's queer!
First crushes gone right, awkward pining, best friends to lovers, fake dating turned actual dating, I hate you but oh wait, we're actually similar af and I may like you.
ALL OF IT.
#MSWL for the new year: found families, best friends who don't need to say anything to communicate, friends who live together because sometimes families are difficult.
I'd also like some speculative YA/MG where weird stuff happens and characters are forced together to figure it out.
Think The Devouring Gray by Christine Lynn Herman or The Bone Houses by Emily-Lloyd Jones.
Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_ManzanoIn the new year, I'll really be on the hunt for contemporary YA and MG! Whether it's romance, growing up, dealing with hard stuff, figuring out friends, I want all of it.