Literary agent and author. Moonlights in antiques. Whistles like a champion. she/her threeseasagency.com
CrimeReads @CrimeReadsCreepy houses are here to stay! crimereads.com/whats-left-to-…
I am obsessed with houses born bad. I'd love to see more ghost stories (MG and adult) with a house as a major character! #mswl
Elizabeth Kingston @EKingstonBooksI'm sure one of you will write the Romance of two strangers duetting each other on TikTok with increasingly romantic songs as they fall in love and then they finally meet in person and why is this not already on Netflix?
Pulp Librarian @PulpLibrarianToday in pulp: a woman with great hair is fleeing a gothic house. Why?
Well this is a signal to the reader: they hold in their hands one of ‘those’ books – not a historical romance or a ghost story, but a modern gothic romance.
Let's learn more... #FridayMotivation pic.twitter.com/C0G4CJkzta
Excellent thread and my #mswl to a T.
Lee Jackson @VictorianLondonThe Ladies Guide Associations of the 1890s (female chaperones, tour guides, general helpers for hire) positively scream for a cosy detective series. pic.twitter.com/s3iyqUPrsW
I'm always in the mood for a ghost story! A fresh take on classic themes (I am a sucker for haunted houses) for adults, spunky kids in spooky houses for MG, nonfiction how-tos: how to build a haunted house, Halloween how-tos, crafty Halloween. #MSWL QueryManager.com/Stacey3Seas
The New Yorker @NewYorkerThe largest living organism on earth today is a fungus in Oregon just beneath the ground, covering about 3.7 square miles and estimated to weigh as much as 35,000 tons. nyer.cm/gojBGX5
Philip Parker @parkerpj01@HistoriumU @FolkloreThurs Virtually unique to British Isles, #Bee Boles are recesses in walls were straw baskets containing #honeybees were kept (before bee hives invented). Mostly from C17 and C18, thousands remain. pic.twitter.com/g9Zdd7WTmI
#MSWL I'm always looking for nonfiction on bees. History of bees. Beekeeping. Beekeeper fashion. Honey recipes. Art featuring bees. You get the picture. ;)
Nat'l Cowboy Museum @ncwhmThese are Tad Lucas’ white angora woolly women's chaps built by Blake Miller Saddlery. She was a champion bronc rider, relay racer, trick rider and popularized chaps as a rodeo fashion element for female contenders in early 1920s. Who wants a pair? #HashtagTheCowboy Thanks, Tim pic.twitter.com/maEWoN2UOn
Frank Angones @FrankAngonesA humble hot take: They keep half-heartedly threatening to make Indiana Jones sequels and prequels. But you know who actually deserves their own franchise? Marion Goddamn Ravenwood. pic.twitter.com/Ji8vX20HMX
Pope Guilty @popeguiltyIf I were a billionaire I would amass a collection of purportedly haunted artifacts, books, and so on. Not because I believe in the supernatural, but because if you're going to be a billionaire you should at least have the goddamned common courtesy to be interestingly sinister.
**I am closed to queries until April 2020**
#MSWL day! Top of the list:
- ghost stories (adult/MG)
- weird nonfiction
- how-to books (adult/kids)
- smooching books
Other wishlist-y things found here: agentstaceygraham.com
Plenty of time to write, see you in April!
SGSwritereditor @SGSwritereditorA Magician Automaton from Sleuth Could Sell for $60,000 thehotbid.com/2019/08/15/mag… pic.twitter.com/tPzwwHF0sl
#MSWL nonfic for history of magic, automatons, antiques (all types).
Dan Snow @thehistoryguyJeanne de Clisson the 'Lioness of Brittany' watched her husband's execution today in 1343. Then went on one of history's most epic revenge sprees. She sailed the Channel becoming a legendary pirate. Capturing & massacring French crews but always left one survivor to tell the tale