I’d love to get in more Women’s/General fiction! Here’s my current #MSWL: Multicultural stories; Women in STEM; High-concept historical; Millennial characters/themes; or Queer fiction. Can be a combination of any of the above.
I'm also looking for accessible historical fiction with a great hook. I'm a big rom-com fan (in teen + adult), but my bar is very high thanks to my brilliant authors, who are pubbing some of the best in the game (if I can just brag on them a bit!).
Trisha de Guzman @trishadegMind blown. Can someone please write a historical YA about a girl at the height of society who has, like, the BEST jewelry collection ever but is actually secretly hoarding jewelry so she can make her escape from the patriarchy?? #MSWL twitter.com/o_waite/status…
OMG me this so I can love it forever #MSWL
Olivia Waite @O_WaiteJust an evening reminder that jewelry was a traditional gift demanded by women not because we’re frivolous magpies but because we weren’t permitted to have bank accounts in many times and places and needed shit we could sell for cash in a pinch.
Mind blown. Can someone please write a historical YA about a girl at the height of society who has, like, the BEST jewelry collection ever but is actually secretly hoarding jewelry so she can make her escape from the patriarchy?? #MSWL
Katelyn Uplinger @KatelynUplingerWish List Update katelynuplinger.com/2019/04/12/wis… pic.twitter.com/r5PDt5krCQ
You guys I am at the 90% mark of The Huntress and next I'm reading We Rule the Night to feed my Night Witches obsession. But what I'd really love to find #MSWL is adult and YA ft other female pilots - hello Bessie Coleman - whether historical or fantasy
Léonicka @leonickaThis exhibit was breathtaking and I wanna see more stories about this. #mswl #yeehawagenda twitter.com/NewYorker/stat…
Black cowboy romance. Black rural historical fiction. Black YA at the rodeo. Black horse girl middle grade. Just send me all of it. #mswl
Time for more #MSWL! In terms of categories, I am really hungry for MG. Stand-alone or series, classic-feeling or not, contemporary or historical, mystery, fantasy, sci-fi, adventure - I’d like to see more MG!
Andrea Williams @AndreaWillWriteToday, my first piece for @bustle pubbed. It's about the lack of military-themed historical fiction that centers black women; it touches on the same biases that @mirajacob discusses in her thread. It is important reading.