Thriller

weronika e. janczuk ✯ @WeronikaJanczuk · Jul 10

Excited to see @DonMaass live for the first time, @thrillerwriters #thrillerfest, on ensuring that thrillers are actually thrilling; those books that prompt the experience of “thrill”—the sensation of being sharply and exhilaratingly excited; the tingle, the quiver... #MSWL

weronika e. janczuk ✯ @WeronikaJanczuk · Jul 1

I'm joining the huge @thrillerwriters pre-festivities: If you're attending, + are writing a thriller, crime novel, or suspense, you have full-blown green light permission to QUERY ME NOW PLEASE (via email): bit.ly/2p3a5iO. Ignore closure. Desperate. #MSWL #thrillerfest

weronika e. janczuk ✯ @WeronikaJanczuk · Jun 27

Also: an update, for anyone who is curious: W. will re-open to #queries on 8/1, after three conferences here and catching up some archived manuscripts + queries. #MSWL, for then (save the date!), includes a great thriller, contemp. YA, and adult sci-fi. bit.ly/2p3a5iO

Ann Leslie Tuttle @AnnLeslieTuttle · Jun 25

#MSWL Would love to find women's fiction, thrillers and Middle Grade submissions that incorporate popular science and STEM themes. Love richly evocative stories that have a strong sense of the natural world.

Kate Prosswimmer @kap212 · Jun 17

Last weekend's Saturday plans gave me a new #mswl request - a YA thriller set on Governors Island (or someplace similar) after dark!
A contained situation where safety is visible but out of reach 👍🏻
A ton of similar-looking buildings (disorienting but many places to hide!) 👍🏻

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · Jun 15

In suspense/thriller I’m still looking for LGBTQ protagonists — maybe a series featuring a law officer or domestic suspense? #MSWL

Kristy Hunter @KristySHunter · Jun 14

The best part about a little time off is getting to read real, published books 😊 Just finished Sawkill Girls and it won’t leave me alone. I’d love to see more gorgeous fantasy horror or fantasy thrillers in my inbox—something in that vein. #ya #mswl

Patrice Caldwell @whimsicallyours · Jun 14

Patrice Caldwell @whimsicallyours

If you pitch your book as featuring powerful altos, imma read it twitter.com/ryality/status…

Probs setting myself up to get many queries with altos in it but listen make it a thriller where the alto takes down a soprano for a coveted spot and I’m in #mswl

Ladderbird Agency @ladderbirdlit · Jun 13

I keep thinking I'll stop my #MSWL tweets, but then ideas pop into my brain and I wonder... today, I'd die for a twisty thriller with a truly surprising turn set in India, possibly involving Hindu mythology and magic or some kind of strange tech that borders on magic.

Melissa Edwards @MelissaLaurenE · Jun 11

I'm also always hunting for thrillers. I tend to go for more traditional, governmental based thrillers than the psychological sort. #MSWL

Lynnette Novak @Lynnette_Novak · Jun 6

Seeking: Adult: horror, thrillers, fantasy, sci-fi, contemporary romance, rom-com, & mysteries. YA: suspense/ thrillers, contemporary, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, mysteries & historical. MG: Sci-fi, horror, fantasy, contemporary, adventure, mysteries, & humor. #diversity #MSWL

Anne Tibbets @AnneTibbets · Jun 5

Query Specs: Anne@d4eo.com Adult and YA: Thrillers, Mysteries, SF, F, Horror, & Historical
Include: Word count, bio, 2 - 3 paragraph pitch, 1st 10 pages of manuscript within body of email #MSWL

samantha🌻 @samanthashnh · May 31

Would love a thriller written by a POC or featuring POC characters #MSWL

Ronald Gerber @Daysleeper95 · May 28

Hey all #amquerying writers: I am now open to submissions! Check out my page for querying instructions and the genres I'm seeking. No pitches on Twitter, please. lowensteinassociates.com/ronald-gerber/

Amy Stapp @AmyStappNY · May 23

Did I miss your amazing #pitdark pitch? Query me any ol' time. Guidelines at wolfsonliterary.com I want to read your dark thrillers, suspense, mystery, gothic, historicals... Let's go! #mswl

Anne Tibbets @AnneTibbets · May 22

A Quick Update for my YA #MSWL:
I'm full on YA F, my requests for that are much less.
I'd still love a clever YA SF. I love high concept and fresh takes w/ a literary edge and great voice.
For YA Thr & Horror, again w/ fresh takes & great voices

+YA Historicals w/ literary edge