I've been into video game speedrunning lately and I know there's a book on the subject somewhere out there waiting to be published. It'd more than likely be non-fiction, highly narrative.
The latest drama that has me hooked:
Agents-Only #MSWL: Adult fiction & nonfiction projects of any genre that take risks with narrative structure and voice. Anything that can comp to Han Kang or Banana Yoshimoto. Also, stories set in diaspora communities and/or non-Western contexts.
I am still actively looking for new clients. Women’s fiction is on my #MSWL. I’d love to find some beach reads and romance that crosses over into the women’s fiction realm. I’m also hungry for more nonfiction—especially narrative and/or those with a culinary bent.
Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessicaBooks I've been reading and loving lately (mostly business and personal empowerment) are authors like Simon Sinek, @JenSincero and @KellyCorrigan9
I'd really love more guided journals--unique books to inspire people #MSWL
"Non fiction: parenting, feminism, health, wellness, business, essay collections—from individuals with large platforms (bloggers, YouTube, newsletters etc)” @carlywatters #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/
Cassandra Farrin @CassaCassaCassaIt's official! I'm the new Managing Editor @Amberjackpub. Looking forward to supporting our current authors with their already fantastic, inventive books, and looking forward to more amazing submissions in the coming year!
On this note, #MSWL for agents: Although we're closed for submissions in May/June for a busy production schedule, I'd break that rule for a couple more outstanding adult fiction & nonfiction titles to round out our upcoming list!
My current nonfiction #MSWL: true crime, history/politics, philosophy, military history, astronomy, astrophysics, "weird" science, philosophy, select memoirs, and earth sciences by experts in their field, especially volcanology or SHARKS. I cannot stress SHARKS enough. #querytip
Whitley Abell @whitleyabellGuys, idk if this exists outside my brain, but I would really REALLY love a ensemble novel (or narr NF) about a group of true crime enthusiasts on Reddit hunting a killer. Bonus points for intersectional feminism or YA