To kick off the First #FeelGoodFriday: 11-Year-old Girl Has Been Granting the Simple Wishes of Nursing Home Patients! This would be a sweet MG book too wouldn't it? #MSWL #intergenerational @Ludington this reminds me of your grandparents event Sunday! goodnewsnetwork.org/11-year-old-gi…
And in non-fiction, I'm looking for cookbooks, essay collections, and memoir.
@nicole_soojung's memoir wasn't just my favorite memoir last year, it was one of my favorite books period.
@readandbreathe's upcoming book is a great example of "something I wish I worked on."
I'd love to find some more SFF novels that are fun, moving, diverse, and accessible.
My favorite SFF read last year was by @pengshepherd, and I'm smitten with the works of @KatWithSword @DelilahSDawson and @ChuckWendig.
The City of Brass by @SAChakrabooks is a perfect book.
I'm on the lookout for more diverse and inclusive voices in YA across all genres.
My favorite books last year were by authors like @RantingOwl @justinaireland @theames and @AshWrites.
And I'm DESPERATE to find a sci-fi genre blending masterpiece like @erin_bowman's Contagion.
This year, I really want to find more genre-blending literary fiction. It's a big focus.
See books like Station Eleven, The Night Circus, and The Monsters of Templeton as perfect examples.
I've been so lucky with @mikechenwriter @AlisonStine and @boycebabbles. Send me more!
Good morning! It's March 1st and I'm officially open to queries again at @PSLiterary!
Here's my #MSWL on my website, and I'm going to tweet a little bit about what I'm looking for... let's go. ericsmithrocks.com/blog/2019/01/3…