Emily Rodmell @EmilyRodmellIn romances, if your characters are infertile, they don't need miracle pregnancy to have a happy ending. Nor does your plus size heroine need to lose a weight, your disabled character be "cured" or your plain character become hot.
Let your characters find happiness as they are.
And when you write that story, please consider me. My query box reopens February 1. #MSWL
#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!
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!
I'm not usually a big romance girl, but over the holiday, I watched Masterpiece Theater's #Victoria and #JaneTheVirgin and fell in love. Now I'm in the mood for a fun but complicated #YA romance that will take my breath away.
Lisa Abellera @LisaAbelleraRomance publishing has a major diversity problem, according to new report ew.com/books/2017/10/… via @ew