Deeba Zargarpur @deebazargarpur💐 Nowruz mubarak everyone 💐
In these times, it's important to find the things that bring you joy. And nothing brings me more joy than getting lost in a new story. #MSWL thread 👇🏽
💫 Nowruz/Sale Now 💫 has always felt so magical to me. It reminds me of new beginnings, of spring overcoming darkness, of the feeling of change just beyond the horizon.
Have something that captures this feeling? I want it. 👀 Bonus points for humor and romance. YA or MG.
Dear #amquerying writers,
I'm working from home (as is everyone) and I really need some escapist queries in my inbox. Send me your upmarket women's fiction, contemporary romances, thrillers, and contemporary fantasies (+1 if it's queer, +1 if it's diverse and #ownvoices). #MSWL
Kacen✨🏳️🌈FELIX EVER AFTER🏳️🌈✨Callender @kacencallenderNot every book about these days has to be a dystopia. Someone, write that romance about two folks who sing to each other from their balconies and write love letters written on paper airplanes doused in Lysol.
Agented only #MSWL things I want across YA and adult: crossover fantasy (contemporary and not), magical realism, rom coms, rom sads, family stories, witches, vampires
#MSWL: right about now we all need to get lost in a story that's positive, escapist, and fun. Ideally with strong women at its center. Be it a romp, a romance, a literary thriller -- send books that will carry us away. Submission guidelines here: pw.org/literary_agent…
Nivia Evans @NiviaEvansIf someone out there is writing an adult fantasy inspired by the epic tale Isis and Osiris that is romantic, angst-ridden and full of tense politics...I'm your editor.
Yes, please! Send it to me. I love Isis and Osiris. #MSWL
Just got a major craving for a queer BRINGING DOWN THE DUKE. Give me some f/f romance in petticoats and refined (or hell, not so refined) ladies giving the Jane Austen version of the middle finger to the patriarchy. #MSWL
Rebecca Baumann @arkhamlibrarianI was obsessed especially with the early T H I C K books. The later skinny ones didn’t appeal as much (though I still read them). I think the fat ones made me feel like I was reading very adult books. Favorite? Probably Hollywood hopeful Roxanne, set in 1938. pic.twitter.com/jPfhJhJcBn
I was obsessed with this entire line. Obsessed! I would love to rep an awesome YA historical romance ala Sunfire! #mswl
In anticipation of my trip to New Orleans, one thing on my #mswl is almost any kind of book about the American South. Southern Gothic, romance, non-fiction, horror etc. Especially written by/about people of color. (Also open to already published book recommendations!)
#mswl I'm looking for romantic comedies, and slow-burning romances. No non-fiction, historical novels or memoirs. I'm very selective with YA/NA but will take a look if the plot pulls me in!