Kara Leigh Miller @KaraLeighMille1Anyone in the #writingcommunity #amwriting #ChristFic and looking for a solid small press? Check out @anaiahpress. Our editors are hosting an exclusive, limited time pitch event on our blog! #Adult #RomanticSuspense #Contemporary #YA twitter.com/anaiahpress/st…
I've got some #MSWL on this pitch event!
Janella Angeles @janella_angelesPicture this: Belle in a modern day Beauty and the Beast where Hollywood is the setting, social media is the judgemental provincial town, beast is a reclusive actor with a scandalized past, and Gaston is the famous jackass who'll do anything to go viral twitter.com/enews/status/1…
Ya... I gotta #mswl this 😍
Sandstone @quartzenOoo, let's see:
- SFF with room for domesticity, introspection, and relationship-level stakes rather than/alongside apocalyptic stakes, inclusive of non-romantic relationships
- Interesting/experimental story structure
- Marginalized authors using and/or deconstructing SFF tropes twitter.com/FlourishStorie…
DeidreKnight @DeidreKnightBig #mswl I'm hungry for narrative nonfiction business books in the vein of what I'm reading right now : Zucked by @moonalice, Brotopia by @emilychangtv and Bad Blood by @JohnCarreyrou. Bring me books like **these!** (Pls RT!) pic.twitter.com/kfRb71tCIo
This was *meant* to say: big #mswl alert. 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽
🦇Cat Scully is working on Jennifer Strange🦇 @CatMScullyMiddle grade horror IS ABSOLUTELY A THING.
It exists. It's scary.
But not too scary.
Middle grade horror isn't only "spooky" it is also scary. Twelve-year-old scary. twitter.com/julianalbrandt…
I love MG horror!!! #mswl
The Ripped Bodice @TheRippedBodiceI want to read historical romances set in times and places other than 19th century England. twitter.com/flourishstorie…
Kini @kinilei1@TheRippedBodice I support this! One of the reasons I don't read many historical romances is I'm just not interested in 19th century England
Rebecca F. Kuang @kuangrfi learned about nüshu, a Chinese script that only women could write and understand, a long time ago but ran across it again in a reading today and now i can't stop thinking about it. where's the SFF treatment of this? the possibilities!
nüshu magic—ink witches sending spells and messages through hidden script that changes on the page, empires crumbling on the strength of a carefully wrought character, sworn sisters taking vengeance for their own—I want every iteration #MSWL