Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife(Last tweet didn't make sense cause lack of food) BUT What I meant to say was we don't live removed from our actions. We are interconnected. So what does that mean for the next generation? How do they grapple with their history? How do they move society forward?
History is doomed to repeat itself if we don't learn from our actions. And even when we do, as a whole, how do we as a society correct the course? I'm not sure what a YA would look like that deals with these issues and themes, but I'd love to see it. #MSWL
David Brooks @nytdavidbrooksIn this small story, you see that when denunciation is done through social media, you can destroy people without even knowing them. There’s no personal connection that allows apology and forgiveness. nytimes.com/2019/01/14/opi…
You know, I think I would be interested to see a sensitive, nuanced YA, (character and voice driven) that explores call-out culture. #MSWL
Shannon/S.A. Chakraborty @SAChakrabooksPlease....if a POC #ownvoices author even writes a Mission Impossible-esqe heist novel involving people breaking into the British Museum to recover their stolen treasure, I will help you write a query letter and blurb your book and push it into people's hands.
Lauren Spieller is closed to queries @laurenspiellerhi this is a YA. #superstore
Teen quits Walmart job over the store’s intercom: ‘Attention all shoppers ... nobody should work here — ever’ chicagotribune.com/business/ct-bi…
#MSWL for that!