One Track Literary Agency
Oh and always on my #MSWL:
FRESH. HIGH-CONCEPT. HOOKS.
Give me an element we've not really seen before: men who have a secret romance book club, pride & prejudice in a modern NYC burlesque club. Think new and surprising.
#MSWL day! What am I looking for?
-surprising hooks, elements, voices
-conflict and tension from sentence #1
-competent ladies getting stuff done
-mystery type plots with clues and games and twists (The Westing Game is an all-time fave)
-legit funny, laugh-out-loud HUMOR
Kini @kinilei1@TheRippedBodice I support this! One of the reasons I don't read many historical romances is I'm just not interested in 19th century England
It's #MSWL day! Seeking high-concept romantic comedies, YAs with some mystery, WF not about grief or divorce, psych Thrillers with great twists. Love fierce women, humor, intelligent characters, banter/quick witted dialogue. Submit 3 chaps + synopsis to QueryMe.Online/OTLA
Submissions Call: Women's fiction of a darker vein/spirit (think Mavis Gary in movie Young Adult), complicated sisterhood/friendship narratives, starting over stories that don't spark fm cancer or infidelity, a rock/music band of older women (Dixie Chicks, Go Gos, etc.) #MSWL #WF
Submission Call: Mysteries featuring unreliable narrators (but more "Night Film" than "Gone Girl"), scavenger hunt/codes/clue-laden narratives, the same mix of humor/darkness and awesome ladies at work as Killing Eve #MSWL #submissions #mysteries #thrillers #YA