A specific #MSWL
#YA contemporary #graphicnovels akin to Bloom by Kevin Panetta & Savannah Ganucheau
#YA psych thriller version of The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
#YA #Horror version of Final Girls by Riley Sager
#YA #contemporary version of Less by Andrew Sean Greer
This year’s #BCBF2019 is inspiring! I’d love to find more great voice-led fiction, MG or YA, that is funny & warm & brilliant! Contemporary, maybe with a touch of magic. If you’re writing something that fits the bill, please send it my way. Oh, & graphic novels too please! #MSWL
I feel like at every high school there is one girl who will draw on you with Sharpie, like little tattoos, for a couple of dollars. I’d love a graphic novel about her. Would also love a GN about an Indian American teenage girl with a henna business. Send me all your tats. #MSWL
#MSWL the next Melina Marchetta; smart, funny fiction featuring diverse main characters & casts (YA or adult); YA graphic novels (sweet romances or coming of age stories) & YA graphic memoir; adult fantasy; epistolary novels (YA or adult).
Shannon Hale @haleshannonBlack cartoonists and writers and creators, please! Please make middle grade graphic novels starring Black girls! There's a HUGE lack. (and middle grade is SUCH a wonderful space and age of readers...join us...you'll never want to leave) twitter.com/varianjohnson/…
I would love to see these books pop up in my inbox, agents. #MSWL
I've updated my #MSWL !
I'm looking for more romance, especially with gritty MCs or a speculative bent, Graphic Novels, Thrillers, and Horror.
Currently closed to Fantasy/Science Fiction
💜 Can't wait to read your masterpieces!
Currently living for this modern day graphic novel retelling of LITTLE WOMEN: MEG, JO, BETH AND AMY. I'd LOVE to see a GRAPHIC NOVEL retelling of something classic but resonant for kids or teens--modern or otherwise. #mswl
My indefinite graphic novel #mswl:
-middle grade story about a kid and their deep relationship with dancing
-middle grade or YA story about a kid juggling two environments, “code switching”, and seeing their beloved neighborhood changing because of gentrification