Paranormal

beth phelan (closed to unsolicited queries) @beth_phelan · 5d

when i updated my website, i also updated my wishlist! please bookmark this for the new year, when i finally, at long last, reopen to queries! #mswl #amquerying #querytip
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Peter Knapp @petejknapp · 6d

Peter Knapp @petejknapp

#amquerying writers, I'm going to dedicate time over the holidays to read submissions, so now is a great time to query!

I'm eager to find more middle grade, from contemporary standalones & illustrated MG to sweeping adventure & fantasy series. I'd love more YA contemp & grounded YA fantasy or "twist of magic" stories, too. And YA paranormal (I'm here for your vampires & werewolves) #mswl

Garrett Alwert @GarrettAlwert · Oct 19

I am half way through THE BABYSITTERS COVEN and its fabulous. If you can comp paranormal YA similar to this please query me!! #MSWL #amquerying #writerscommunity

Wendi Lulu Gu @WendiLuluGu · Oct 18

It's #SPOOKYSZN so here is an #mswl! I would really love to see a literary paranormal YA novel. Right now the only specters waking me up at night in a cold sweat are the emails I forgot to answer the day prior.

Molly Cusick @molly_cusick · Oct 11

I don't know if paranormal is going to be the Next Thing in YA, but I DO know that if you've got a fresh take on it, agents, I'd love to take a look. #MSWL

Sarah E. Younger @seyitsme · Sep 29

Guess I should tag this thread w/ #MSWL & #PNR & #F & #Vampires #Adult #A (no YA or MG, not my rep'ing jam. Props to my fellow agents who rep those age ranges, but not my expertise.) Also if you sub me w/a project like this feel free to reply to this thread to give me a heads-up.

VS @victoriasavanh · Sep 24

Another item on my wishlist: anything nonfiction involving the paranormal & supernatural (fyi one of my longtime favorite shows is ghost adventures!) #mswl

Melissa Ann Singer @maseditor · Sep 24

For Forge, I'm interested in road-not-taken novels--books which look at how someone's life would have played out if they'd made different choices. usually a paranormal element of some kind gets us there--parallel universe, "magical head injury," time loops....
#MSWL

Diana Gill @dianagill · Sep 24

Creepy supernatural horror/paranormal fiction with a female audience a la THE RETREAT. Shirley Jackson-esque horror where the humans are the monsters. #MSWL

Stephanie Doig @stephaniedoig · Sep 24

I am INTO the possibility of paranormal romance making a comeback. Would love (LOVE) a slow burn romance in this genre. Make it hurt! (Metaphorically.) #MSWL

Peter Knapp @petejknapp · Sep 24

#mswl - I would love a fresh take on YA paranormal: vampires or werewolves like we've never seen them before, or a sprawling ghost story. Something that feels both grounded and also epic in terms of it scope and stakes.

Lydia Sharp πŸ“šβ€β˜•πŸŒˆ @lydia_sharp · Sep 24

YA paranormal:
I like brooding too-hot-for-their-own-good YA heroes in paranormal and I'm not apologizing
if you can make this m/m I would die for you
#MSWL

Laurel Symonds @LaurelSymonds · Sep 24

Fantasy, but make it fresh: unique settings, unusual formats, underrepresented mythology, magical realism, paranormal (yes, paranormal!). I've seen a lot of queries comping to GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE and MY LADY JANE. Keep 'em coming! #MSWL

Mackenzie Walton @mackenziewalton · Sep 24

I'm super in the mood for more cozy mysteries, especially those with paranormal or historical elements, and/or queer protagonists. #MSWL

Hannah VanVels @hannahvanvels · Sep 24

Paranormal, please! Friends, I blew through the TWILIGHT books SO quickly when they came out. And I think that vampires are making a comeback, and this is a hill I will die on. #YA #MSWL

Kelly πŸ“š @LitAgentKelly · Sep 24

I am heavily looking for MG and YA thrillers and paranormal horrors for the fall/Halloween season...and probably beyond that too. WHERE ARE ALL THE GHOSTS, DEMONS, MONSTERS, and humans who act like they're one of the above? #MSWL