Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksWhat's your dream marketing-nightmare-of-a-book that you keep saying you'll write, but you're afraid to?
This tweet is brought to you by talking to a class today about how badly I want to write a historical YA about teens running a BBS in the 90's.
To everyone rting this, if it’s got a romance consider sending it my way! I love genre weird books 🖤 #mswl
May Peterson @maidensbladeRelated to m/f bi romances, m/f romance in which one or more of the leads is trans (even if neither is bi) is also a queer/LGBT romance, and also notably underrepresented in fiction
Huge #mswl, especially if it’s a romcom
Hugh Ryan @Hugh_RyanToday's historical lesbian plot summary: 1936, a former trick horse rider for Wild Bill Hickok breaks her back, gets experimental surgery to walk again, ends up doing show riding / petty burglary in NYC while living with her girlfriend in Greenwich Village
Tomi Obaro @TomiObaroI love this story — Chinese billionaires are hiring highly trained thieves to steal back Chinese art from European museums gq.com/story/the-grea…
MANUSCRIPT!!! WISHLIST!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is so #MSWL my brain is melting, someone please bring me this romsus
AC Arthur @ACArthurWoke up to lots of positive talk about a vampire resurgence in YA. Wondering if we need more vamps in the adult world too? More Black, Latino, Asian, Egyptian, etc. vamps, I mean? I've never written vamps, but I read about them, so what do you think?
#MSWL Y'ALL. I looooove vampires and I'm dying for vampires of colour, disabled vampires, trans vampires. VAMPIRES.
Today seems like a really good day to remind the twitterverse that stories by disabled authors, especially about disabled people, are top of my #MSWL Guidelines here: carinapress.com/blog/submissio… #actuallydisabled #ownvoices #wndb