Derek Milman @DerekMilmanMy 6 year old niece just got in a lot of trouble for some sort of Breaking Bad—Kindergarten—Black Market—lunch money scheme and I need to find out the details so I can write the world’s edgiest chapter book.
#MSWL right here. 😆
Terrie Wolf @AKA_TerrieCapers! Over the top, I didn’t see that coming, who got away with what? Capers. Think Oceans 11 and Oceans 8, Fun With Dick and Jane, or Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, to name a few. #MSWL
I second Terri’s #MSWL - but for MG and/or YA, pretty please!
Carol Nissenson @nissenson@leslie_zampetti The Dunham site says "Closed to submissions." Is there a way to indicate in the subject line that I'm querying because of your mswl tweet?
We are actually open as of January 7th. But please do put #MSWL in your subject line for me. 😊
P.S. When I say I'm looking for historical fiction from little-known times and places, I mean it. World War II? Roman Empire? Western Europe? Nope, nope, and nope.
How about Africa or Polynesia? Far Eastern or South American countries pre-colonization or Western contact? #MSWL
Norma @normajeanesaysHistorical romance with diverse heroes/heroines. I want to know about the Regency peeps of African/Indian/Jewish (&more!) descent. #MSWL
What she said! Regency romances with diversity - bonus points for settings outside of England. #MSWL
Jane Walker @amorapediaLanguage as extreme sport: Youngsters square off in U.S. spelling bee reuters.com/article/us-usa… pic.twitter.com/xgGu8HWcBS
I ❤️spelling bees. Would love to see an MG spelling bee. Even better if actual Bee words are woven into the plot! #MSWL
These are the picture books I’m looking for. Everyday stories with diverse main characters. I would have repped her book. #MSWL #mirrors&windows
Black Kids Don’t Want to Read About Harriet Tubman All the Time via @NYTimes nyti.ms/2Dj8xWj