Stephanie Winter @readbystephanieThis is the content I need in my life. Counting down to the end of the month!🎃 twitter.com/etalkCTV/statu…
Also going to add that Hocus Pocus will always be #MSWL inspo. Make it middle grade or adult fiction and I NEED to see it.
Stephanie Winter @readbystephanieI know #DayOfTheGirl was yesterday, but I can't resist sharing one of my favorite empowering YA reads geared toward girls.
Who else has book recs? (Bonus if they're nonfiction!) pic.twitter.com/599wS7KG4e
Also going to add that this brand of YA nonfiction is an absolute #mswl for me. The business angle, the creativity, the list vibes, etc.
Also send me your diverse adult fiction set in the fashion industry with popping visual imagery and lots of smart character-driven drama. Flagships, offices, shops, etc. welcome! #MSWL (2/2)
Whimsical & specific #MSWL time. Send me your diverse MG adventures where the kids go wild in a fashion industry setting, think a big and beautiful bridal shop a la Say Yes to the Dress or a designer's home office or flagship. (1/2)
Stephanie Winter @readbystephanieHey Wynonna Earp fans, serious question time for the new season...
But also, a mg Wynonna Earp sff western is for sure on my #MSWL
#MSWL time. Does anyone remember Cybersix? It was a comic, I watched the television series. I'd love to see another gender-bending story (graphic novel or fiction) in my inbox. Also think Nikita with Maggie Q.
Rounding off my #MSWL tweets today, in NF I’m looking for the following topical themes:
-cultural criticism (e.g. gender, race, sexuality)
-YA books about the +/- effects of the beauty industry
-parenting, reproductive health, physical wellness
#MSWL In adult fiction I'm looking for:
-LIFE IN PIECES in book form (& ensemble casts)
-something commercial with delicious vacation drama
-characters with an entrepreneurial spirit (again and always)
-clever arc structures and use of form
#MSWL Within romcoms, I’m looking for:
-characters with clear entrepreneurial goals
-STEM components and smart characters
-small cozy towns or international travel
#MSWL GNs that:
-play with myths, magic, the elements
-have strong female characters
-feature heartwarming story arcs
-have a strong use of color
In short, if you have a GN, pitch me!
#MSWL I would love to read more YA non-fiction graphic novels that:
-showcase proactive groups of people (think GIRLS WHO RUN THE WORLD)
-deal with serious topics (reproductive rights, loss, mental illness, etc.) in a positive way (can be fiction too)
-are inspiring memoirs
Stephanie Winter @readbystephanieWith #DVpit just around the corner, I want to share a few more #MSWL asks over the next week.
A thread. 🔖
#MSWL I want to grow my list of comic creators. I’d love to see protagonists/characters who are:
-have various body types
-come from marginalized communities
-struggle with mental illness
-defy gendered stereotypes + representation
Brit Brooks-Perilli @Britny_PerilliIllustrated/graphic novel style non-fiction is something that I really want to see more of in my inbox!
Cookbooks and food are great, but I would love to see author/illustrator teams work on other topics as well like film, books, nature, science, pop culture, etc. #MSWL pic.twitter.com/tFCywHcKIF
This #MSWL is a big ask for me as well! You don't see enough of these.