Women

Katelyn Detweiler @katedetweiler · 24 Sep 2019

i'm also here for smart rom coms and women's fiction, bright and joyful and swoony and fresh. unexpected love that comes in all shapes and sizes. real people, real dilemmas, real dreams. i just devoured RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE and oh my god, yes, everything about that book. #MSWL

Kristy Hunter @KristySHunter · 24 Sep 2019

In #Adult I’d love to see more women’s fiction from underrepresented voices, projects with hints of magic (think The Night Circus), romcoms, historical fiction, and books with strong hooks that would be the perfect read for your next book club #MSWL

KC&A Literary Agency @K_C_Associates · 24 Sep 2019

Kimberley wants women's fiction and family dramas. Think Anne Patchett! #MSWL

Michelle Richter📚 @Michrichter1 · 24 Sep 2019

Heck, women's fiction from those underrepresented voices too #MSWL

Ann Leslie Tuttle @AnnLeslieTuttle · 24 Sep 2019

#MSWL. Looking for romantic comedies and women's fiction that is Up Lit and deals with female relationships and family secrets. I also enjoy historical fiction. Would also love to find some Middle Grade. And I love stories set in the South and Southern Gothics.

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · 24 Sep 2019

I see a lot of WF about a woman whose partner has cheated on her. What about the other side? What if you never wanted them to leave them? What if you just wanted to be the other? #MSWL

jen says buy SICK KIDS IN LOVE @bookavid · 24 Sep 2019

And a bunch of other things I wanna extra see:

Black authors, polyamory, bisexual boys, m/m by queer men, funny women's fiction by POC, mermaids, vampires, ghost love interests, monster kissing books, ALIENS, sapphics, ownvoices! #mswl

A.M. Rose @annmrose · 24 Sep 2019

I’d love more stories about badass women in history - show me women who helped change their world. Who stood up for their convictions with their brains or their brawn #MSWL

Norma 🇵🇷🇨🇺 @normajeanesays · 24 Sep 2019

Happy #MSWL day! If I don’t get a romance/women’s fiction submission about a 30-year-old Latinx woman who’s throwing her quinceañera part 2 (aka the one she never had) and finally gets the boy who got away, I will flip. Think Never Been Kissed meets The Wedding Singer con azucar.

Beth Anne Miller @1bethannemiller · 24 Sep 2019

Along with my desire for YA that will make me cry, I'd also love to see women's fiction that will make me cry. (Not sure why I'm so eager to cry, but that's neither here nor there.) #MSWL

Melissa Edwards @MelissaLaurenE · 24 Sep 2019

The kind of light romantic women’s fiction that deserves the illustrated cover #mswl

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · 20 Sep 2019

Oh my goodness! I want this story in a book. #wf #s #t any genre about finding your partner on a dating profile, but did someone else set it up to ruin the relationship? #mswl podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inv…

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 14 Sep 2019

"Doppelgangers in dramatic women's fiction. Send me something interesting, give me characters with depth, with something to lose, and with something to fight for. Send me something I've never seen before." @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 9 Sep 2019

"In non-fiction, I want to read about historical funny women, your Lucille Balls and Bea Arthurs. For humor in fiction, think the next Mrs. Maisel." @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/