Laurie Lico Albanese @Laurie_AlbaneseThrilled to share my news!! @sarahgcantin @StMartinsPress will publish my new novel HESTER — in which a Scottish immigrant meets young Nathaniel Hawthorne and sparks — and ancient curses — flare and #TheScarletLetter is inspired #feminist #embroidery #salem #witches
#mswl like this
Amanda Jain @wensday95Someone write me a historical romance set at Idlewild. #MSWL twitter.com/atlasobscura/s…
Re-upping this #mswl from a couple of years ago. I'd still love to see a historical romance set at Idlewild.
"I loved THE DREAMERS by Karen Thompson Walker. Send me more spec fiction, even better if it has an environmental angle. Adult, YA, and graphic novels welcome!” @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/
David Beard @dabeardShe discovered that flying squirrels turn pink under UV light.
Paula Anich was checking squirrel hides when she thought, hmm, what about this platypus over here?
nationalgeographic.com/animals/2020/1… @Douglas_Main @NatGeo
Started watching Fukuyadou Honpo: Kyoto Love Story and this jdrama set in a traditional Japanese sweets shop is everything I love about traditional meets modern dating/romance culture and with excellent family drama to boot!!! #MSWL
I feel like I haven't stated this outright so if you have a polyamorous relationship in YA or YA with crossover potential, I'd LOVE to see it.
The more queer it is, the better.
I'm on the first episode of Dash & Lily, and I NEED more YA romance novels like this. #MSWL
I'm not open to queries right now but if you have a book like this let me know. I might make an exception. 😏
Wishing I was back at the pool reading this funny, insightful book about what it’s like to own a Downton Abbey-esque home in the 21st century... it was golden and light and immensely enjoyable! #MSWL
wizard stories @northgalisevil wizard's seductive philosophy lesson about dark and light as powers that balance each other and both are needed, you love to see it pic.twitter.com/M6Fau2MjWY
♔ Julia Lynn Rubin 🌈 @julialynnrubinI often worry about the enormous focus on “high concept” right now in YA and the larger implications of ignoring stories that are “quiet” on the surface but explosive in their power to make you think and feel. The books where “nothing happens but everything happens.” We need them
Have a book that's even remotely comparable to the quiet power of Saving Francesca? Send it my way!