... a broad range of MG & YA fiction and graphic novels--fantasy (my first & greatest love as a reader), historical, romance, some great humor, and high-concept contemporary (especially with a framing device such as epistolary elements, then-and-now timelines, etc.) #MSWL
3) High-concept YA contemporary or contemporary-with-a-twist, especially if it comes with an irreverent, self-referentially funny voice. Sarcastic or endearingly self-deprecating humor to the front of the line. I love a protagonist who feels like a co-conspirator.
Stephanie Stein @stephlysteinOooh, #MSWL day! I don’t have a ton of time to pop in today, but check out past tweets or my (up-to-date!) post on the site, linked in my profile. But while I’m here...
Bring me a YA romance that reads like your favorite fanfic. High-concept premise (fake relationship? Austen retelling? Whatever!), slow burn, Big OTP Energy. #mswl
Stephanie Stein @stephlysteinWhich reminds me... bring me ALL your f/f YA romance and bi MCs! (And tween girls discovering first crushes on girls, too!) #MSWL twitter.com/MissDahlELama/…
I am so here for fun, funny, light-hearted romcoms with girls crushing on girls, for fantasy, for high concepts... you get the idea #MSWL