Recently started listening to Lucinda Riley's Seven Sisters series in audio, so am naturally updating my #MSWL to ask for big, emotional, multigenerational, historical/dual timeline stories with a strong thread of history/art/astrology or similar:
Mary C. Moore @Mary_C_MooreUgh. Down with a nasty cold. Should I binge Shetland or Death in Paradise while I leak out of every hole in my face? pic.twitter.com/rPmNaGOgOh
On that note, send me all the atmospheric setting detective stories you got #MSWL (to be read when I stop said leaking).
Lauren Spieller 📖 @laurenspieller"Sci fi that tears me apart and Fantasy that puts me back together."
- #mswl for 2020, and also a line I am shamelessly stealing from @angelinearly
YES- send to me in the next week if you have it!! #MSWL
“I’d love to read some vibrant, Broadway/West End musical fiction. Give me glamour and behind-the-scenes action. Interesting, dramatic, but contemporary and upmarket.” @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/
Kay Taylor Rea, Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month @kaytaylorreamodern lesbian witch au: a concept
you know I always shipped Gwen/Morgana on Merlin pic.twitter.com/KuWhoDaAru
*cries into my own shoes*
I'm interested in a novel that explores the complexities of surrogacy—how the possibility arises, how the decision is made, how it affects relationships, why someone would choose to carry the pregnancy, etc. #MSWL
Oh my. 💕💕💕 #mswl
Someone has to make this a children's book so they, the act, and the man who touched them so, can't be forgotten and can continue to influence our children. The initial trip was awesome... now a return, though? Wow. Just wow.
...such beautiful creations.