Allison Moore 📚
Rachel Strolle 😴😴😴 @recitrachelI kinda want an anthology that’s all short stories of people affected by the chosen one saving the world a la the cabbage man in Last Airbender
Like each story is a different person who is an “extra” in the overall fantasy trope
#mswl this as an interconnected novel in the vein of Auggie chapters in Wonder + the side-character novellas
Jess Keating @Jess_KeatingSomebody write a book about a girl who desperately wants her library hold sooner, so she tracks down the 17 people in front of her and sabotages their lives and then falls in love with the last one and realizes that the library hold was in her heart the whole time.
Rowenna Miller @RowennaMHow did the bookseller in Beauty and the Beast stay in business? The whole town’s like “reading huh weird” and he just lends and gives books away to his only customer.
This is prob adult and not YA but I still totally want Beauty and the Beast from the bookseller’s POV! #mswl 👇
Diane Magras ⚔🏰🏴 @dianemagrasI just received a letter from a fab 4th grader in CA who told me that he's getting frustrated with the books in his library because he likes Wimpy Kid but wants a Wimpy Kid series with Latinx characters who look like him. This is such a huge need. Who's writing this?
Saba Sulaiman @agentsabaI LIVE FOR ALL OF THIS 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 #MSWL pic.twitter.com/4zBVJxMJga
This, in realistic (or realistic with a twist) YA/MG! Also, repeating #mswl for murky "would you really make the right choice?" stories a la Passengers
Weronika Janczuk @WeronikaJanczukI remember when I first read @jodipicoult's MY SISTER'S KEEPER, years ago, and it rocked me--such a nuanced, intimate portrayal of the impact of an ethical question/crisis. So excited for the next novel, and please do send me anything you have in Picoult's vein here. #MSWL twitter.com/randomhouse/st…
Same. I want impossible choices and situations, for teens. #mswl
Jen “eeeeek” Edwards @Jene_e_edwardsbeen thinking about how the worst heartbreak i’ve ever suffered was from a friendship breakup, and how that is so rarely explored in YA. i didn’t know how to cope because i didn’t know anyone who had gone through something that intense. we need to fix this.