Dahlia Adler @MissDahlELamaI know seeing Bad Queer Lit Takes on Twitter gets really anxiety inducing for authors, so lemme tell you as someone who gets piles of requests for very specific queer recs every day: all the things you fear no one wants are wanted very badly by somebody.
My favorite novels are literary stories focused on family, relationships, sexuality, mental illness, or recovery.
In particular, stories that explore sexuality are near + dear to my heart. I needed those stories when I was a teen (and still need/love/want them today) #MSWL
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 @NewYorkerOpioids now kill more than 50,000 Americans a year, 10,000 more than AIDS did at the peak of that epidemic: nyer.cm/mezaQna pic.twitter.com/43r1vjL1R2
Looking for a close, confiding story about addiction and sobriety, from the perspective of the user or a family member of the user. #MSWL
KIDLIT411 @KIDLIT411Learn more about kid lit agent Jennifer March Soloway @marchsoloway of @AndreaBrownLit kidlit411.com/2017/01/Kidlit… #YA #MG #PB #kidlit