Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween · 30 Jun 2016

Biographies of powerful women in history, well-known and little known alike. Pop science. Literary biography/memoir. #MSWL

Caitie Flum @caitief · 30 Jun 2016

An evergreen one for me - women's fiction with childfree characters who do not change their minds in the end. #MSWL

Serene *closed to queries* @serenemaria · 30 Jun 2016

But a few things I always like: strong women, #ownvoices, #POC, #LGBTQ+; I want underrepresented voices to just be represented #MSWL (3/3)

Caitlin McDonald [social media hiatus] @literallycait · 30 Jun 2016

As always, stories about women and female friendships, rivalries, & relationships (platonic or otherwise) are always high on my #MSWL

Jessica Mileo @JessicaMileo · 9 Jun 2016

#MSWL Things i'm craving in books right now: badass heroines, slow burn romance, gender bender retellings, multicultural women’s fiction

Hattie ☀️ @hatteatime · 2 Jun 2016

#mswl a book about siblings, particularly from the oldest child's point of view - thriller, YA or women's fiction

Laura Crockett @LECrockett · 1 Jun 2016

A round of MSWL!

Would love to see some more romcom/Kinsella-esque WF in my inbox. #mswl

Kim Lionetti @BookEndsKim · 19 May 2016

Reading BIG LITTLE LIES and yearning for women's fiction submissions with strong, but complicated female friendships. #MSWL #WF

Marie Lamba @marielamba · 2 May 2016

Always looking for smart funny women's fiction that's original! Love romantic elements - but not category romance #mswl #amwritingromance

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 22 Apr 2016

"Historical WF about the NYC “Triangle Shirtwaist Fire” in the garment district (1911)" @carlywatters #MSWL bit.ly/1NZbjOQ

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 17 Apr 2016

"Upmarket/women’s fiction like the movie Rudderless told from the mother’s POV." @carlywatters #MSWL bit.ly/1NZbjOQ