#MSWL YA or adult (agented): A big romantic fantasy from the POV of the villain (or one of the POVs is the villain, but like a real villain with a redemption arc or the heartbreaking lack thereof) (Maybe this makes no sense but this is what my heart wants right now lol)
#MSWL (agented only) - adult - big, book club fiction about complex relationship dynamics (family, friendships, romance), forever holding out for a great, big family saga (like Pachinko)
#MSWL (agented only) - YA / adult romance, would love a fun workplace romance, enemies to lovers always, grumpy/sunshine, heart breaking but hopeful, joyful, fresh takes on time honored tropes
Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween#MSWL YA romances set in other countries. Actually, just generally YAs set in other countries (but, like, wouldn't mind a romance in there 😉) (agented only) #editorvacation
#MSWL same tweet but for adult fiction (agented only) :)
Agented only #MSWL things I want across YA and adult: crossover fantasy (contemporary and not), magical realism, rom coms, rom sads, family stories, witches, vampires
Isabel Ibañez @IsabelWriter09Twitter friends! I’m in the mood for a romantic, sweeping adventure. Does anyone know if THE STARLESS SEA fits that description?!
My #MSWL is now "romantic, sweeping adventure"
#MSWL the next Melina Marchetta; smart, funny fiction featuring diverse main characters & casts (YA or adult); YA graphic novels (sweet romances or coming of age stories) & YA graphic memoir; adult fantasy; epistolary novels (YA or adult).
Lauren [closed to queries in August] @laurenspiellerThis is the most obvious #MSWL ever, but...
I want books like To All The Boys I've Loved Before, in YA and Adult. This means:
--family B plots
Let's do this!
Yes, please. #MSWL
Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween#MSWL an incredibly lush, romantic YA fantasy; novels with "evil boyfriends" (think Damon Salvatore); romantic comedies; millennial focused non-fiction, ripped from the headlines historicals
#MSWL would like to amend to "evil loves who are sometimes redemptive" :D
#MSWL an incredibly lush, romantic YA fantasy; novels with "evil boyfriends" (think Damon Salvatore); romantic comedies; millennial focused non-fiction, ripped from the headlines historicals
Hello, yes, while you are all paying attention because vampires, I would also love a diverse YA romantic comedy of sorts. (Think When Dimple Met Rishi or I Believe in a Thing Called Love) #mswl