Seeing a lot of queries from folks who love @mikechenwriter, and that fills my heart.
Reminder... I'm looking for adult literary genre blends, like Here & Now & Then, or like Station Eleven by @EmilyMandel and The Night Circus by @erinmorgenstern. ericsmithrocks.com/mswl #MSWL
Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksOh wow, check out @slaughterwrites over on @coolhunting, talking about ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK RUM.
His delightful 90's cocktail book is out this summer with @AndrewsMcMeel! coolhunting.com/food-drink/are…
Also please pitch me your quirky cookbook projects. I love stuff like this. 👌🏽🥃 #mswl
Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksAnd good morning! Way too many fabulous books out today.
Run to your local indie and scoop up a book by @brownbookworm @andthisjustin @ladybookmad @LJSilverman1 @lilliamr @laurampohl @nikkigrey_ or @dianarwallach!
Whew that's a lot of greatness in one day.
Opposite of Always by @andthisjustin is just this brilliant, genre-blend of a book that captured my whole heart.
Definitely one of my favorites of 2019. Yes, I'm saying that in March.
Desperately want to see books taking risks the way this novel did, in my inbox, please. #MSWL
Where's the YA author writing a rom-com in space? #MSWL
Give me the Nora Ephron quality swoons and smiles from @LaurenEMorrill's books mashed together with the flawless SFF world building from @SanguMandanna and @rhodabee.
It'll be weird. A marketing nightmare. Send it to me.
And in non-fiction, I'm looking for cookbooks, essay collections, and memoir.
@nicole_soojung's memoir wasn't just my favorite memoir last year, it was one of my favorite books period.
@readandbreathe's upcoming book is a great example of "something I wish I worked on."
I'd love to find some more SFF novels that are fun, moving, diverse, and accessible.
My favorite SFF read last year was by @pengshepherd, and I'm smitten with the works of @KatWithSword @DelilahSDawson and @ChuckWendig.
The City of Brass by @SAChakrabooks is a perfect book.
I'm on the lookout for more diverse and inclusive voices in YA across all genres.
My favorite books last year were by authors like @RantingOwl @justinaireland @theames and @AshWrites.
And I'm DESPERATE to find a sci-fi genre blending masterpiece like @erin_bowman's Contagion.
This year, I really want to find more genre-blending literary fiction. It's a big focus.
See books like Station Eleven, The Night Circus, and The Monsters of Templeton as perfect examples.
I've been so lucky with @mikechenwriter @AlisonStine and @boycebabbles. Send me more!
Good morning! It's March 1st and I'm officially open to queries again at @PSLiterary!
Here's my #MSWL on my website, and I'm going to tweet a little bit about what I'm looking for... let's go. ericsmithrocks.com/blog/2019/01/3…
Pst. This Friday I open up to queries at @PSLiterary again.
I really want to find more genre-blending literary fiction, diverse + inclusive YA, quirky non-fiction, and lots more.
The full #MSWL is here! bit.ly/2GG1M7r
Julia Ember — writing cave hiatus @jules_chronicleI’m meant to be on hiatus to write but in reality all that is happening is I am feverishly planning our wedding and turning into gay bridezilla.
#MSWL though. <3
Hey writer friends!
I've been closed to submissions since the summer and... I'll be opening up again on March 1st!
Literary fiction! Young Adult books! SFF! Cookbooks! Quirky non-fiction and moving memoir! Here's what I'm looking for in 2019. #MSWL ericsmithrocks.com/2019/01/30/man…