Agent with Red Sofa Literary, author of spooky stuff, moonlights in antiques & tech. Closed to queries until June 1.
MOLA @MOLArchaeologyThanks to funding from @ahrcpress, @NigelJeffries is leading the most comprehensive study into the phenomenon ever undertaken, with co-investigators @odavies9 and @CeriHoulbrook from @UniofHerts: ow.ly/oKu450qJk0E
#mswl (nonfic or romance) after I open to queries again on June 1!
Article Group @ArticleGroupBack in 1896 men didn’t call women sluts.
They called them “bicycle face”.
Why? Because bicycles <gasp!> helped women 💪 make their own dating choices.
IOW bikes were the first dating app. That scared men.
Let’s talk about it.
Hold on to your bodices people, THIS IS A THREAD
Adams Media @adamsmediaNeed a Valentine’s Day gift? We suggest books (of course). Order The Modern Witchcraft Book of Love Spells today! pic.twitter.com/W65beDDJdV
I'd love a witchy romance! What happens if you spell the wrong guy? What happens after the spell wears off? What happens if it never does? Better have back up with this book, my friends. (Open to subs 6.1.19!) #mswl
Smithsonian Magazine @SmithsonianMagFrom yoga to movie nights: how cemeteries are trying to attract the living. smithmag.co/PXC2Lu
I love cemeteries for their art and simple beauty. No place better to take the kids for an afternoon of history and looking for graveyard rabbits. Story location? You bet! #MSWL
Pulp Librarian @PulpLibrarianToday in pulp I look back at one of the most popular paperback genres of all time, now all but forgotten about.
This is the story of gothic romance... pic.twitter.com/W8d6mmNX9Z
Great thread and I'd love to see more Gothic romance queries in my inbox! #MSWL
Women Film Directors @women_directBorn this day: Actress/director/writer Ida Lupino. During her entire feature film directorial career (which spanned 1949-1966) she was the only woman working as a director in Hollywood. She would have turned 100 today. #IdaLupino100 pic.twitter.com/zAw8U77tm7
#MSWL I love her work!
#MSWL Last year, I received a ton of queries about fantastic female scientists and mathematicians. This year, I'd love to see female entrepreneurs, historical athletes, authors (Agatha Christie, Beatrix Potter bios), and politicians (Shirley Chisholm, Victoria Woodhull).
Kirklees Museums @KirkleesMuseumsShoes found hidden in the roof of a building in Honley. Hiding shoes acted as a charm to protect the house from witchcraft #folkloreThursday pic.twitter.com/1cHxjWOPBH
I have a fascination with hidden objects in houses. I'd love to see some MG or adult witchy stories incorporate this! #MSWL