Amanda Jain @wensday95Hello my nonfiction writing friends! I have a TON of #mswl tweets for you this morning, so buckle up.
I think a book that also talks about tough subjects would be cool. Like racial issues, a death manual (as in like how to talk about it, etc), financial planning. And why it is important TO talk about these things. There is so much that isn't talk about until BOOM! adult. #MSWL
Lauren [closed to queries in August] @laurenspiellerThis is the most obvious #MSWL ever, but...
I want books like To All The Boys I've Loved Before, in YA and Adult. This means:
--family B plots
Let's do this!
Same TBH #MSWL
Laura Crockett ☕️ @LECrockettSimilar vein: an A w a protag retiring/leaving that life early, navigating adulthood outside of those early career achievements #mswl
Ooo yes. And add in them being forced out in a way and I am there. #MSWL
Laura Apperson @LCatApI saw @shapeofwater last night, and as I sat in the theater, enraptured, I realized I wanted to read as many books as possible with that kind of incredible storytelling and perfectly executed magical realism. (YA and adult!) #MSWL
Me too. #MSWL
Lauren Spieller @laurenspiellerI'm on the hunt for a YA or Adult witch book. Something feminist, intersectional, and smart that does something new with the genre/history of witches. Surprise me! #MSWL pic.twitter.com/tFa8sR0kuI
Samantha Wekstein @SWekstein#MSWL slow burn romance is my favorite type of romance across YA and adult.
#MSWL Send it to me! Even better if there are some restrained physical interactions so every little touch is telling.