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Penny Dreadful @literarypennyWhen are we getting a Big Hero 6 sequel? Also, I’d really love a MG in this vein! Group of misfit kids with skills, banning together to stop the world from being destroyed — all with an adorable robot friend in tow! #mswl
Me too, please! #MSWL
𝐬𝐡𝐫𝐢 🔱 श्रिया #EOSreadathon @sunandchaithe best villains to read aren’t the terrifying ones or the ones with tragic backstories, but the ones you kinda agree with? like...you know...you’re tryna end the world but you kinda have a point. the hero’s a bit blinded by societal constructs but you’re a lil woke huh.
General #MSWL stuff: magic/spells gone wrong, ghosts, resurrections, possessions, the end of the world scenarios, characters who get themselves into weird/messed up situations that push them to their emotional limits, & friendship stories, especially friendships that ended badly.
Olympic Channel @olympicchannel@Simone_Biles @USAGym @gymnastics Never. Before. Seen.
The double-double beam dismount looks even better under the lights of #Stuttgart2019. pic.twitter.com/b85EGrFiX5
I want a Totally Spies-esque middle grade where a team of young female gymnasts secretly fight crime & jump in the chalk bin to go to their secret agent lair instead of a trash can at school #MSWL
- Mother / daughter relationships
- Diverse stories by diverse creators
- And of course, stories that I don’t even know I want. I love to be wowed. (And proceed to ramble about how much I love something to @GraceKendallLit) 😉❤️
- A fresh, self-aware diverse romance ala #JaneTheVirgin for teens
-A LGBTQIA+ story that doesn’t feature a coming out story
-A freshman year of college story!!
-A gritty, heart-pounding thriller rooted in character with a slow-burning romance
- #OwnVoices magical realism, reimagined folk tales, and sweeping, character-driven adventures
- Literary, contemporary stories about tween female friendship and the ins and outs of tweendom (if that’s a word)
Really would love some queer horror--whether that's horror featuring queer characters, horror used to explore concepts of queerness, or both! Non-queer horror also welcome, especially that which hovers on the edge of suspense/horror genres #mswl
Morgan Al-Moor @MorganAlMoorWhen her sultan husband died, Sultana Shajar al-Durr of Egypt hid the news from his aides, signed the orders in his name, rallied the army, shattered the Seventh Crusade, imprisoned the mightiest monarch in the world—Louis IX—and ransomed him back to France.