Rena *THE SISTERS OF THE WINTER WOOD* Rossner
chicken shittle @robiinyaso... two witches...... one is like. a cute witch who practices like nature magic and loves pastel stuff and baking. the other is a gothic witch who practices more traditional witchcraft. they live in contrasting cottages next to each other in the woods. enemies to lovers...... pic.twitter.com/jFkMe5b6qM
You know what’s amazing? Tweeting out your #MSWL and realizing that it basically resembles the list you already represent. #livingthedream so, if you want to know what kind of books I like, see this: publishersmarketplace.com/members/renaro…
My taste is SciFi is quirky, like me. I want stuff in space I’ve never seen, read, or heard of before. SciFi that doesn’t feel or read like SciFi. Literary SciFi, sexy SciFi, different SciFi. #MSWL
If you can make me laugh, picture book authors and illustrators: then you’ll have my heart. #MSWL for quirky, funny and heartwarming picture books in all shapes and sizes. Yes, I also rep illustrators.
My #MSWL largely remains the same: stunning heartfelt MG, hard-hitting important YA, anything in verse, anything Jewish or Israeli, and fantasy across all genres. Combine any of the above and I’ll be even more smitten.
Caitlin LaRue @CaitlinLaRue@renarossner That show is my fave!
I am desperately waiting for paranormal to come back in publishing for my Lucifer-esque ms...though I may be waiting forever 😂
I really liked Legacies
My kingdom for a Lucifer-like YA. #MSWL
Sandstone @quartzenOoo, let's see:
- SFF with room for domesticity, introspection, and relationship-level stakes rather than/alongside apocalyptic stakes, inclusive of non-romantic relationships
- Interesting/experimental story structure
- Marginalized authors using and/or deconstructing SFF tropes twitter.com/FlourishStorie…
Sam B. Farkas @SamBFarkasI hope we'll see more Jewish second-world fantasy. Jewish culture is full of myths and magic that would be fresh and breathtaking in a fantasy setting.
Yes please! #MSWL