Rena *THE SISTERS OF THE WINTER WOOD* Rossner
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.
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
Ask @ryandouglassw, @KatyaDeBecerra, @LizParkerWrites and @2furiosa - I like my YA dark. Horror, dark fantasy, paranormal, ghosts, vampires, werewolves, spirits. Scare me and you’ll win my heart. #MSWL MG, YA, and Adult.
Kate Brauning @KateBrauningI would love a modern YA Samson and Delilah, any genre. I'd also love an M/M historical, modern, or fantasy retelling of David and Jonathan #MSWL
OMG yes #mswl
Wishing for some stunning epic diverse Fantasy and SciFi to appear in my inbox. Bring me retold fairy tales like we’ve never seen them, and ALL the futurisms. Anyone got any? #MSWL
I am desperately seeking a fantasy novel that will knock my socks off. #MSWL one filled with magic and mystery. Diverse, urban, epic, YA or adult. Make it fresh and real and immersive.