sil-mas🎅🏼 @thebookvoyagersQT with what trope do you want to see more in books? or like trope you haven't seen before and you want to? i really want to know!
Currently in love with queer mythology retellings (can I get an LGBTQ+ Orpheus and Euripides? With a happier ending of course... #MSWL )
Erica Bauman @Erica_BaumanAs always, I want more #ownvoices fiction in all age ranges. #MSWL
Erik ☃️ Hane @erikhaneThis is always a long shot on book twitter but: I was a science editor for a while and really miss it. Send me NF pop science! #MSWL
I like when folklore, urban legends, myths, or superstitions affect the way a character thinks or a plot progresses #MSWL
Laura Crockett ☕️ @LECrockettIn adult: moral issues in women’s fiction! Picoult is an excellent example, taking taboo/difficult topics & bringing them to light. #mswl
In adult: myth/fairytale/folklore-inspired fantasies. UPROOTED, DAUGHTER OF THE FOREST, QUEEN OF BLOOD have rich, fairytale worlds. #mswl