Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife#MSWL YA book like TRULY DEVIOUS. I love true crime and I think there are alot of teens who do too so I would love to see more YAs that involve teens obsessed with solving mysteries.
Adding on: I'd love to see this with neurodiveristy angles, or even neurological angles. Like someone with Prosopagnosia for neurological or someone with autism for neurodiversity. Both present a different way of dealing with the world, and how would they solve the puzzle? #MSWL
#MG adventure with a touch of something special like #fantasy or #SciFi or #Magic
#YA #Contemporary #romcom make me lol! Give me your best couples, funny love triangles, miscommunications, memorable first dates, and unforgettable meet cutes!
Looking for authentic k-pop inspired fiction. To my shame that would not have occurred to me at all, but it makes complete sense. K-pop is HUGELY popular ALL over the world, so logically teens want to read authentic k-pop inspired fiction. Send it to me. #MSWL.
Belle Ellrich | 16 | Sandwolf 🐺🌿 @bookingbelle@UweStenderPhD Another thing: Kpop and manga. They're becoming more and more popular, and I know *I'd* love to see more YA based on topics/genres similar to those. I have a lot of friends who'd read those too (McKenna, I'm looking at you since you love BTS so much).
Adiba Jaigirdar @adiba_j@UweStenderPhD My 15-year-old sister (and all her friends) is obsessed with k-pop, k-dramas and mangas. I feel like if she ever found the YA book equivalent of any of these things, she would devour them whole.
That is now my #MSWL.
The New York Times @nytimesBreaking News: San Francisco became the first major U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other municipal agencies nyti.ms/2VA92cJ
If you're thinking about setting your dystopian in San Francisco, think again.
But maybe a great locale for a crime or psychological suspense novel with an antihero protagonist? #MSWL
Privacy fears allayed... for now.
Emily S. Keyes 🧜🏼♀️ @esc_keyI like alternate history but why do so many stories involve rewriting history so bad people win? Nazis, confederates, etc. If we can rewrite history, why not give the Native Americans dragons or something to fight off Columbus?
Yes! Yes! Yes! #MSWL
Neal Schusterman does it again, this time with that oh so high concept that comments on a cultural moment while tackling themes of toxic masculinity AND moral ambiguity. What else could a gal want in a book?
Honestly, not much. #MSWL @ManuscriptWList