Devon Halliday @devonrhalliday · Feb 13

Would definitely watch this show. Might read this book, if it went easy on the sitcom humor and went hard on the what-is-the-meaning-of-true-connection-in-the-midst-of-lies-and-misrepresentation
#mswl #amagenting
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Danielle Chiotti @daniellechiotti · Feb 13

Russian Doll is an AMAZING SHOW. It got me thinking about my #MSWL. I'd love to see a Groundhog Day-esque YA. It could be a rom com. It could be dark and twisty.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Feb 13

"Family secrets & single events that chance the course of many lives i.e. COMMONWEALTH, ONE DAY, VERSIONS OF US, ATONEMENT." @carlywatters #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Nicole Bea (Bezanson) @Nicbeawrites · Feb 13

Happy Wednesday! There’s a snowstorm here this morning keeping me indoors so I thought it would be the perfect time to share my #mswl again. If you have something that fits/a project you think I’d love, pls send it along via QueryTracker. #writingcommunity #amquerying #AmWriting

Sam Gentry @Sam_Gentry24 · Feb 13

Wednesday morning #MSWL! I’d love to see a YA version of @netflix’s “You”...creepy stalker love interest and the exploration of the people we become on social media. And a little murder couldn’t hurt. 😬

Jennifer Azantian ❄️☃️❄️ @jenazantian · Feb 13

Very specific #MSWL. Brad & Claire are not a couple, but I would love to see a story about chefs who work in a kitchen and bicker/help/push/adore each other like this and fall for each other. Watch this fun series and you'll get what I mean! youtu.be/lD2OOTx2G9k?li…

Aneeka Kalia @neeks_kalia12 · Feb 12

[2/2] I want books that encourage kids, especially girls, to speak up when something isn’t pleasurable and learn about their bodies to find out what does feel good. If you haven’t watched this show, run don’t walk to your TV @netflix @sexeducation #MSWL

Aneeka Kalia @neeks_kalia12 · Feb 12

[1/2] I watched @sexeducation on @netflix and I’m in love with how tender, funny, and nuanced this show is. I want to see a YA novel with a premise like this. #MSWL

Laura Maisano @MaisanoLaura · Feb 12

@AuthorLisaDunn reminded me about #FaithPitch coming up. I plan on scanning the feed for any great #Christian #YA especially #Fantasy and #scifi check out some of my older #MSWL

Masha Gunic @masha_gunic · Feb 12

Not a huge fan of a damsel in distress (unless she eventually changes), so please send me all your strongest heroines! #MSWL #amagenting #YA #MG

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · Feb 12

I've loved John Knowles since middle school. If you could call your MS "A Separate Peace" for Christian teens, I want to read it. I'm not sure how you'd make it "Christian," but I work for a Christian press, so I have to have some faith element. Just don't be cheesy :). #MSWL

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · Feb 12

One specific #MSWL for Christian #YA: I live in a small southern town, and I'd love a narrator with that undercurrent of commentary on everyone else and their "kin" who learns the hard way that the crazies around her are HER PEOPLE. Be sure to include a covered dish scene.

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · Feb 12

For #contemporary #YA, smart, humorous, introspective first person is more likely to draw me in, but I can fall in love with a sweet, dreamy voice, too. My tolerance for sap and cliche is pretty low, so be very careful with those. #MSWL

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · Feb 12

I DO love allegory, but I'm very particular about HOW it's done. Rich, gently tended symbolism is a must. Be clear, but not obvious; be original, but true to the source. #MSWL #CF #YA

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · Feb 12

I love Lloyd Alexander's simple, beautiful characters and the grace with which he treats even his villains, but most of all, I love his themes of honor being found among the lowly. I would love to work on a MS that makes me feel like I've found a new Prydain. #MSWL