刘天舒 • assistant editor @ s&s kids (acquiring), opinions mine • 中EN都OK • first gen immigrant, second gen badass • she/her/她/他 • 浪漫主义者
瞻彼淇奥, 绿竹猗猗. 有匪君子, 如切如磋, 如琢如磨
Daybreak @daybreakSo what’s life like in the apocalypse? It’s never what you’d expect. Find your tribe, grab your swords, and get ready to take on some Ghoulies. Daybreak comes to Netflix on October 24. pic.twitter.com/QiTReggzAS
i want this chaotic energy in book form, please!!! #mswl
sage 🚀 @sageshelvesListen, I just need more queer princes in YA.
Where is my soft prince falling for his bodyguard? Where is my tough take no shit political prince that falls in love with the wrong diplomat just before his parent(s) declares war?
More queer princes in YA 2Kforever
this is very #MSWL!
a few very Specific #MSWL items i’m actively looking for:
- YA superstore
- an #ownvoices PB about sacheen littlefeather
- YA set in catholic/boarding/private school—bonus points for murder 💀
i’m also posting on my MSWL profile & here:
i’m still digging my way out from under a pile of submissions (sorry agents!!!) but there’s always room on my #MSWL for:
- unapologetically self-indulgent, diverse #YA
- YA historical fiction, mystery, & fantasy
- YA contemporary, either dark & spine-tingly or warm & lighthearted
Shannon/S.A. Chakraborty @SAChakrabooksPlease....if a POC #ownvoices author even writes a Mission Impossible-esqe heist novel involving people breaking into the British Museum to recover their stolen treasure, I will help you write a query letter and blurb your book and push it into people's hands.
this is very, very high on my #mswl 🤓
Alyza Liu | 无名氏 @muguiyingsmy first time watching fullmetal alchemist is going really well! pic.twitter.com/CLebThNdJZ
now that i’m officially done with FMA:B i just want to say that at the tippy-top of my #mswl are lawful neutral female characters like general olivier armstrong and postcolonial SFF that breaks my heart and puts it back together again
Victorian Humour @VictorianHumourI’m particularly fond of the sub-genre of Victorian jokes in which women rebuff the unwanted advances of amorous male suitors. They’re often rather savage!
- Tit-Bits (31 Dec 1892) pic.twitter.com/SNOWh86vmA