Steven Salpeter @StiSalI can also stan the very realistic “they’d be perfect together if one of them were less of an idiot,” but only for so long* before I throw the book out the window.
(*”So long” is apparently more than two books in a series?)
I guess for the search engines I should add “I love any variety of a slow burn romance” in YA Contemporary, YA Fantasy, MG, Adult Contemporary, Adult, NA, GN, WF, #MSWL
Tia Rose Mele @TiatheTigerMy #MSWL page is up! I'll be updating it regularly with what I'm looking for, so keep an eye on it: manuscriptwishlist.com/mswl-post/tia-…
As a new agent, I'm excited to see the following in my inbox.
Adult & YA Fiction: women's fiction, romance/rom-com, SF, paranormal, horror, thriller, and family drama.
Nonfiction: self-help, memoirs, cookbooks, lifestyle, and how-to.
#MSWL #WritingCommunity #writers
Also, I'm acquiring for the new LI Trade program, which will publish inspirational books in these genres: Romantic Suspense, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Women’s Fiction and Amish Fiction. I'd love to see agented submissions for this from BIPOC authors #mswl
Today through Labor Day, the editors at Harlequin’s *HQN* Books are accepting unagented submissions from Black writers. HQN publishes all sub-genres of romance and romantic women’s fiction. Read more about HQN Books here: hqnbooks.com. THREAD: 1/3
“In upmarket fiction, I’m looking for precise angles: Period pieces with women breaking into lively professions (think TV or comedy a la I Love Lucy) and Women in S.T.E.M.” @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/
I ALWAYS forget to mention this, so thanks @samanthashnh for jogging the noggin!
I would LOVE women’s fiction featuring early 20s-early 20s womyn who are POC and queer POC! Particularly, black womyn. Something fresh & high-concept! #mswl