Adria Goetz @adriamgoetz · 2d

This has been on my #MSWL for a while but I want to put it out there again: I'd love to find the next Brian Selznick-type of creator who tells grand, intricate stories in a hybrid format of illustrations/text. ✨

Cassidy Graham @cass_master_ · 2d

Dear 🍪Santa,🥛

I am open to agented nonfiction & humor submissions & would love to talk to you about the books I am currently editing.

Love,

Cassidy
#mswl

Rebecca Podos @RebeccaPodos · 2d

An evergreen #MSWL: send me the YA or NA romance novel version of Hayley Kiyoko's "What I Need," please and thanks

youtu.be/YynKelHGhNc

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 2d

“High stakes heists, with interesting complicated criminals and the heat of the chase – thrill me! Something like the adult version of DEATH PREFERS BLONDES.” @maureen_moretti #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

samantha🌻 @samanthashnh · 3d

So apparently, View Park-Windsor Hills, CA has one of the largest communities of middle- and upper-class African Americans.

Um hi, can someone write this book for me to read? Is the world ready for a bougie black family drama? Am I adding this to my #MSWL?! 🤗🤗

chrysa keenon @Chrysa_Keenon · 3d

#WritingCommunity Where are my Joan of Arc retellings? WHERE. Is anyone writing one? Published one? Should I make an #mswl tweet for it? Please I just want to read one

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

BUT I did love DON'T DATE ROSA SANTOS and would love to find more books in @Nina_Writes and @LauraTNamey wheelhouse. I want an author in their squad if I was to form an author squad for them. (this will make no sense to anyone but me). #MSWL

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

Serpent & Dove is an honorable mention for the #MSWL for the genre mash-up. What I think is unique here is that there were alot of romance genre tropes and beats. I would love to see that approach done again.

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

A TREASON OF THORNS was so atmospheric. I just loved the ambiance of that book. #MSWL

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

I loved the grounded fantasy of THE MERCIFUL CROW. It dealt with alot of issues, and had alot of themes working for it. #MSWL

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

I would love a dystopian that is smart and 2019 like THE GRACE YEAR. #MSWL

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

Writing wise, I feel like THE GRACE YEAR, THE MERCILESS CROW, and A TREASON OF THORNS definitely captured the style I love the best. So writing #MSWL there.

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 3d

So here are my #MSWL from last weekend's holiday book read, with honorable mention to Serpent & Dove. Let me break it down below.

Stephanie Stein @stephlystein · 3d

Back at my desk with this #mswl thought from the holiday weekend: I would love a book about advice columns! (Do I read not one but several? Yes. Did I write one for my high school newspaper? MAYBE.)

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 3d

"Quirky cookbooks that explore topics that are hard to find in the bookstore, or haven't been explored at all. Odd, single subject books tend to grab me quickly. If you think your project is too niche, I might be right for you." @ericsmithrocks #MSWL ericsmithrocks.com/mswl

Liza Dawson Assoc. @LizaDawsonAssoc · 3d

It's Monday; you know what that means...Time for another #MSWL! Liza would love to see a book (fiction or nonfiction) having to do with Korea, in the same vein as FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES by Min Jin Lee.