The New York Times @nytimesBreaking News: San Francisco became the first major U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other municipal agencies nyti.ms/2VA92cJ
If you're thinking about setting your dystopian in San Francisco, think again.
But maybe a great locale for a crime or psychological suspense novel with an antihero protagonist? #MSWL
Privacy fears allayed... for now.
I love finding new authors and so here's my updated #MSWL! Contemporary women’s; rom-coms; high concept crime & thriller; horror; historical fiction; feminist fiction & non-fiction; compelling memoirs; popular science. thebentagency.com/sarah-hornsley
#MSWL: On the hunt for some non-fiction! I'm a huge fan of pop culture (I worked with actors for 8 years and am an avid television fan), true crime (no mobs or cartels), and books about mental health (I recently read On Edge: A Journey Through Anxiety which I related to A LOT).
Erin Flaaen @ErinWrites93-Queer historical fiction, preferably stories based off real people
-Disabled characters who aren't "inspirational" and who don't "overcome" their disability
-Disabled fantasy/scifi/action characters who use their assistive devices to fight crime/be badasses
-Kim Possible but gay twitter.com/FlourishStorie…
ALL THE #MSWL!!!