Corey Alexander @TGStoneButchCW ableism
When do I get to read books where a disabled MC wonders if it's worth trying to be with someone abled? Where they actually might look at a LI & decide whether they want that person, whether that LI is a good match for them? Where a disabled MC has a disabled LI?
#mswl romance edition.
I'd love to see something where the two protags are trying to bump up their TV ratings or their popularity rating (in YA or adult) and start fake dating and post cute pictures if themselves on insta. Only to actually fall in love!
Make it queer.
Andrea Walker @_AndreaWalker_@erin_clyburn @Megan_Manzano @Literary_Tara What’s at the TOP of your MSWL? Anything you’re dying to see?! 😁
I'll retweet this one. THE TOP of my list would be a romance like RED, WHITE, AND ROYAL BLUE. A queer romance that is more than a romance, funny, and makes me swoon. #MSWL
Adriann Ranta Zurhellen @AdriannRantaVictory to the Goddess, it's @AmandaYatesG: The working witches of Los Angeles just want you to be your best self latimes.com/columnone/la-m… @foundrymedia @grandcentralpub
Can I get a book with these witches? #mswl
Adam Pidgeon @CineLoreIn the Middle-Ages it was believed that if a witch got hold of a child’s discarded teeth the child could fall under the witch’s control.
So paying the Tooth Fairy to safely dispose of teeth is a bit like paying to have confidential documents shredded.
Ummm.. can I have this MG, please? #MSWL
Fran Staines @StaBoFrTuatha de Danann, was the magical race of ancient Ireland. They were god-like creatures with supernatural abilities, worshiped during the pre-Christian era. Later, as Christianity took roots, the Tuatha de Danann persisted in folklore as either Saints or Fae.
Can I have a story about the Tuatha de Danann? #mswl