STILL thinking about this. Why couldn’t this have happened???? Someone write this for me... #MSWL
My head is swirling around random thoughts today, but you know what I’d love to see in my inbox???? A sarcastic and wonderful holiday book: nonfiction—cooking book or DIY decorations and their meanings (love learning about traditions) or fiction—YA rom-com. #MSWL
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2. Adult rom-com or contemporary romance set during the holidays—I love Christmas, but I’d love to see diverse holidays celebrated also.
Amy Giuffrida OPENING TO QUERIES IN 1 DAY!! @kissedbyinkTo end the countdown on the eve of reopening to queries...here are a few other things on my #MSWL
1. YA and MG mystery. I’d especially love to see a gritty twist on The Hardy Boys or a group of friends in the vein of Scooby Doo.
I don’t want military or political thrillers. Think more psychological or something that leans more to the literary side.
For the first time I am expanding my #MSWL to include thrillers. I am super picky with what I like, but if you write along the lines of YOU, SHARP OBJECTS, or THE WIFE BETWEEN US please send it my way.
What I would really find special would be a destination horror. For example, the Island of the Dolls in Mexico City would be an amazing setting. Give me more that the typical US spots. The darker, creepier, and more gothic it is...the better.
My favorite horror is definitely more psychological. Real people becoming monsters—Ma, Us, and Get Out are perfect examples of this.
Truth be told I love campy, tropey horror. Some favorite campy movies of are Cabin in the Woods and Evil Dead.
Friends to enemies or enemies to friends where the two aren’t just fighting over some guy. Think Trinkets —which is so amazing and I need the new season now!