Retelling

Colleen Oefelein @eerie_o · 25 Feb 2018

#MSWL for YA:
~ a FAUST retelling
~ a plot that brings to mind Ibsen's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
~ Grumpy antiheroes who can't seem to be evil (despite how they try) / humor is a plus!

#amquerying
Query instructions: jdlit.com/colleen-oefele…

Kate Brauning @KateBrauning · 15 Feb 2018

I would love a modern YA Samson and Delilah, any genre. I'd also love an M/M historical, modern, or fantasy retelling of David and Jonathan #MSWL

Chelsey Emmelhainz @CKEmmelhainz · 6 Feb 2018

Super important #mswl: Contemporary thriller/suspense retelling of Countess Elizabeth Báthory

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 1 Feb 2018

I love retelling (except for Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, and King Arthur) so give me fresh new spins. Bonus points if they are not the same ones we always see. #MSWL (psst: you can also use them as a spring board like how ACOTAR was a Beauty and the Beast one)

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 19 Jan 2018

All this talk of Austen vs Bronte makes me want some retellings! FYI: I am a PERSUASION fan and I am partial to Anne Bronte, but I could any of the Brontes. #MSWL #YA

Lisa Dunn @AuthorLisaDunn · 10 Jan 2018

Fantasy retelling of a biblical story - maybe Esther, Jonah, Hagar, or Hosea and his unfaithful wife. Set it somewhere new and magical. Add depth and imagination, but not heresy or gratuitous sex/violence. Lead reader through mud to beauty. #MSWL #Christian #YA #Fantasy

Maria Vicente @msmariavicente · 8 Jan 2018

Still looking for a bunch of YA things: a story about female best friends; a macabre fairy tale retelling; a great mystery; a cute gay or lesbian love story. #MSWL

Erica Bauman @Erica_Bauman · 30 Dec 2017

Still on the hunt for a really original novel/opera/ballet/myth retelling. #mswl