Megan Manzano @Megan_Manzano · 8 Oct 2019

Lauren Spieller @laurenspieller

I would like to see more psychological thrillers in YA #mswl

Yes! Send me stories that bend reality and make me question the stability of the main character.

Or even better, a main character who is hiding information from the reader.

#MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 8 Oct 2019

"Quirky cookbooks that explore topics that are hard to find in the bookstore, or haven't been explored at all. Odd, single subject books tend to grab me quickly. If you think your project is too niche, I might be right for you." @ericsmithrocks #MSWL ericsmithrocks.com/mswl

Stephanie Winter @readbystephanie · 8 Oct 2019

#MSWL A light fall romcom set somewhere with great architecture (e.g. London) during cuffing season.

Julia P. McCarthy @thejumbles · 7 Oct 2019

Hi, I am always in the mood for spooky, feminist witch stories, so thatโ€™s a hard #MSWL right there for ya

Eric Smith @ericsmithrocks · 7 Oct 2019

I'd really love to see more parenting books (guides, memoirs, etc.) by authors of color in my query box.

My wife and I had a hard time finding those when it was baby time, and I'd like to work on that. #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 7 Oct 2019

"Non-fic like Jim Collins GOOD TO GREAT, Susan Cain's QUIET & Charles Duhigg's THE POWER OF HABIT.โ€ย @CurtisPSLA #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Cecilia Lyra @ceciliaclyra · 6 Oct 2019

The heartbreak that comes with saying goodbye to a friend. #MSWL #WritingCommnunity

Hannah Fergesen @HannahFergesen · 6 Oct 2019

Iโ€™m watching The Killing Season right now and if someone does not send me a mystery/thriller about an armchair sleuth ASAP I am gonna be so upset #MSWL

Agent V @VeroniKaboom · 6 Oct 2019

Faith @KoturFaith

Peep my hater in the background;) pic.twitter.com/d7qO20x0VP

#MSWL a f/f romcom where the plucky bridesmaid and the hater in the red dress end up together at the end please

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 6 Oct 2019

"For fantasy, give me your urbanite gods, stomping around the city with their cappuccinos. Think BLACKBIRD or THE WICKED + THE DIVINE in paperback." @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/