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
Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksI keep thinking about how badly I want to read more smart, unnerving YA horror.
I don't want gore. I want a story that makes me ask questions that I don't want an answer to. #MSWL
Examples like the ones Eric gives in his thread are often what I refer to when I say I want dark stories. Make me question things. Tip and break my reality into pieces.
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
ellie @odairanniesthis photoshoot of maisie williams might be one of the most magic and atmospheric things i've seen pic.twitter.com/6IC8AGgfEc
Give me a book/character that embodies this aesthetic. Please and thanks.