I am personally tired of the Mean Girls thing. Girls need to see that is not only okay but it’s awesome to support each other. So I want strong girlsfriend groups and less girl on girl hate in MSs #MSWL (see Seton Girls to understand girlsfriend reference here ❤️)
A.M. Rose call me Ann @annmroseThinking about things I’d like to see in my inbox so perhaps a quick🧵#MSWL
I love enemies to lovers but the LI can’t just be a total asshole. They need to be someone who has redeeming qualities that we want to root for. #MSWL
Veronica Park (she/they) @VeroniKaboomNormalize girls taking each other out on dates. Like they don’t necessarily need to be romantic, just let us show each other how a nice date should feel and collectively raise the bar. Picture calling your college bestie like “dress fancy, I’m picking you up at 7:00 for dinner.”
If I haven't already been clear, these are the kind of vibes I'm looking for in books! ❤️ #MSWL
Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife@sydsketch Why is this so brilliant and why am I tempted to fill this out? God, I love a good form.
@ActualSamHarris Hats off to you, this was kind of brilliant.
Sarah Hollowell 🐋 @sarahhollowellHonestly it's like incredible how much there is to unpack in every line of this tweet but mostly I'm now obsessed the with wanting the horror novel "if you're lucky, you are the last wife" is begging to become pic.twitter.com/b5UwbgTd5A
I would love a “The Last Wife” novel if she’s the last wife because she took care of things 🔪❤️ meaning luck has nothing to do with it #MSWL
* Books set in the 80s-90s unless there is a historical significance that anchors the book in these years. If you can pick up the plot and set it modern day, then likely you should
* Books with overtly religious themes
* Stories about men stalking and murdering women—unless a woman uses this knowledge to turn the tables and stalks and murders the men
* Fatphobic stories
* Stories where a marginalized character has to teach another character how not to be bigot