Emmy, Purveyor Of Spines
Vex(ed and isolated since before it was cool) @The_TerroiristWell, I'm disappointed. I saw #Anne300K trending, and am saddened that it isn't about a new production of Anne of Green Gables, set 298,000 years in the future.
Well, now I'M disappointed, and fwiw, if someone queried me with this, I'd be all over it. Give me those cozy, queer-coded, futuristic sci fi retellings with cordial on the side. #MSWL
Becca Podos @RebeccaPodos#MSWL send me a YA, NA or Adult book with the vibe of phenomenal actress Kristen Stewart in Ride ‘Em On Down
ALRIGHT FAM it's a quarantine game for everyone out there who's getting feisty in isolation. Give me your wildest #MSWL for the end times. Go!
Mine: An elite, competitive LEGO Masters friendship story. I want messy relationships, sabotage, and high nerdy stakes. #AmAgenting
James Colley @JamColleyI’ve accidentally set up push notifications for the BBC science magazine and it’s like being followed about by an inquisitive but annoying child pic.twitter.com/xVgCR5ivdo
Inquisitive but annoying AI toddler is officially on my #MSWL.
relationships.txt @redditshipsMy (30 M) girlfriend (30 F) buried all of my beans in the woods and won't tell me where, causing a fight between us. pic.twitter.com/bPBcSd1n0n
The perfect Jack and the Beanstalk, but with preppers, retelling for the modern era. Add it to my #MSWL, but make it queer, pls.
Okay! One more to close out the night, and this one is YA horror. This one I love because it's definitely 1, Welcome to Night Vale vibes, which is completely #MSWL for me. And 2, it makes me LAUGH. My sense of humour is... a little shy... but this book nails it.
Micro Flash Fiction @MicroFlashFic“I should learn how to can food.”
“My grandma was into that.”
“What did she can?”
“She never gave you anything?”
“No. She has tons of unlabeled jars. I wasn’t allowed near them.”
“Did you ask?”
“Once. She said she’d tell me when I was old enough. But she never did.”
👁️Trevor👁️ @slimyswampghostOh, to be attending the annual festival celebrating the founding of a small seaside fishing town amidst reports of local swimmers going missing, and strange creatures being seen on the nearby beach at midnight
The Library Owl 🎄🎅🦉 @SketchesbyBozeI’m never not thinking about St. Werburgh (died 699), who raised a beloved goose from the dead after it had already been eaten by her foe and digested. The bones took on flesh and the goose returned to life “with a glad honk.” pic.twitter.com/9Soh7dtmRo
#MSWL THIS is the retelling I'm waiting for.