Elisabeth Thomas @lissiethomasCATHERINE HOUSE is a NYTBR editors choice!! 🤩 I’ll take any good news 🙏🏾 nytimes.com/2020/06/04/boo…
Couldn't agree more, @nytimesbooks:
CATHERINE HOUSE, by @lissiethomas is a terrific read, gorgeously written, full of mystery and intrigue. I ignored my family and read it cover to cover. Could not put it down!
(P.S. I'd love to find a project like it in my #query box. #MSWL) twitter.com/lissiethomas/s…
#MSWL Valentine's Day is near, and I feel like falling in love.
P.S. I love a good romantic subplot that involves a triangle. As a reader, I usually like to root for the one who is supposedly less attractive, but when you get to know them, they are oh so appealing! Surprise me!
Megan Ilnitzki @megilnitAnd across all age groups, stories where, despite nay-saying voices (whether they be internal/external or both), a main character comes into their own and recognizes their inherent power, self-worth, and unique place in the world. #mswl
Seeing lots of space operas this morning. So fun.
P.S. I'd love to find your version of HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY meets [fill in the blank]. Throw in a dash of romance, and I'm hooked! #MSWL
(The answer is "42," but what is the question?)
Happy #MSWL Day!
I would love to a funny and uplifting friendship break-up / make-up story, or a fraught and complicated friend break-up story (perhaps a thriller?). #MG, #YA, #Adult Surprise me! #MSWL
For my wish list + more about me, see:
WHOA! Highly recommend listening to the @nytimes Daily Podcast: Keeping Harvey Weinstein’s Secrets, Part 1: Lisa Bloom
...I spy the premise for a season of Damages with Glenn Close or a gripping thriller! #MSWL
Jill Tatara @jilltataraworld@marchsoloway My son grows his hair out long, and then I cut it really short. We always pause in the middle so he can have a few minutes of mullet. 😂😂😂👱🏻♀️✂️ pic.twitter.com/Ipp1TikFD6
I spy a story here. #MSWL
The New York Times @nytimesBreaking News: San Francisco became the first major U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other municipal agencies nyti.ms/2VA92cJ
If you're thinking about setting your dystopian in San Francisco, think again.
But maybe a great locale for a crime or psychological suspense novel with an antihero protagonist? #MSWL
Privacy fears allayed... for now.
goodreads @goodreadsThe game is afoot, dear readers! All week, we're celebrating the latest and greatest books of the mystery and thriller genre.
Explore all our #MysteryWeek content here: bit.ly/2V9yHoh pic.twitter.com/UsJlhe2zLh
#MSWL Please send me a good, twisty thriller with a smart female protagonist full of agency.
Family secrets? Check!
Fraught friendships? Check!
Bad romance? Check!
Murder at a boarding school? Yes, please!
The New Yorker @NewYorker“We really wanted to make the teen film to end all teen films,” Winona Ryder said, of “Heathers.” Instead of putting an end to the genre, though, “Heathers” gave it a new life: nyer.cm/wCvC0hX pic.twitter.com/W4bg0Alszy
I would love to find Heathers in my inbox. I have a thing for bad boyfriends. #MSWL
(In fact, I had a dream last night I was back together with the baddest of my bad boyfriends, and even though I knew better, I still couldn't resist him.)
I love the idea that magic could be lurking in our world, if only we knew where to look. Have such a story (PB, MG, YA, adult speculative/horror)? Please send it my way! #MSWL
JenniferMarchSoloway @marchsolowayAnyone else a big fan of ‘The Haunting of Hill House,’ like me? According to @NYTimes, here's What to Read if You’re Obsessed nyti.ms/2Aq6QbL
🍂🎃Willow Reaves🎃🍂 @Willow_Reeves_@marchsoloway prefrence of style or age group? PB? Chapter? MG?
also, realism or anything goes? (monsters, witches etc)
Surprise me. I just want to see characters who take responsibility at the end of the story, rather than lie, deny, or blame others. #mswl