YA

john w. rudolph @johnwrudolph · Jan 7

YA: Much the same as MG--humor, realistic teen stories, #ownvoices, adventure, sci-fi. Also, love a good teen romance, horror, mystery, but not super-dark.

Children's NF at all levels: curriculum tie-ins, PB bios, multicultural history, science, sports, pop culture.
#MSWL

john w. rudolph @johnwrudolph · Jan 7

Happy New Year! For 2019, I thought I'd throw out some #MSWL ideas for writers. Broadly, I'm looking for all kinds of picture books by author/illustrators, MG, YA, Childrens' NF, Adult Narrative NF, and adult Lit Fiction. Details thread follows:

Martha Mihalick @MarthaMihalick · Jan 7

Two #MSWL thoughts from over the weekend: I'd love to see the joy & playfulness & heart & smarts of shows like Jane the Virgin and The Good Place captured in book form for MG and/or YA.

Ashley Wyrick @ashley_wyrick · Jan 6

YA Mystery/Thriller with strong friendgroup themes. Think How to Get Away with Murder. #MSWL

Ashley Wyrick @ashley_wyrick · Jan 5

On the hunt again with another #mswl tweet. YA or MG with an unreliable MC.

Sharon Belcastro @SharonBelcastro · Jan 5

sibiz.eu/en/2015/07/16/… I’m a first generation Slovenian. My father emigrated when he was a child. Would love to see some YA stories around Slovenian myths and legends. #mswl #amquerying

Sharon Belcastro @SharonBelcastro · Jan 5

#mswl YA novel with teen girl that is into kick ass fitness. CrossFit. Weight Lifting.

Brian Geffen @Brian_Geffen · Jan 4

9/ #MSWL: Middle-grade and YA graphic novels about identity, particularly coming-of-age stories that explore relationships and friendships with emotional depth. Books like This One Summer, Real Friends, and American Born Chinese.

Brian Geffen @Brian_Geffen · Jan 4

8/ #MSWL: High-stakes MG and YA contemp that feature breakers of tradition and characters who forge their own paths, as well as novels about identity and overcoming adversity. Wonderful books like I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, Dear Martin, and The Stars Beneath Our Feet

Brian Geffen @Brian_Geffen · Jan 4

7/ #MSWL: Deep contemporary YA! The gritty and dark variety as well as quirky and poignant novels. Books that deal with challenging subjects, mental health, and other important questions and ideas that affect teens, but ultimately offer hope. I.e. Jandy Nelson & Nina Lacour.

Brian Geffen @Brian_Geffen · Jan 4

5/ #MSWL: Fast-paced, high-stakes YA fantasy, specifically with unique magic systems and fresh worldbuilding. I'm particularly attracted to lyrical prose, and recent YA favorites include Leigh Bardugo's King of Scars and Laini Taylor's Muse of Nightmares.

Savannah [insert secret agent pun here] Brooks @slbrooks91 · Jan 3

2019 #MSWL: let’s get some YA with teens who are obsessed with strange things. Think The Thing About Jellyfish. I wanna learn some weird stuff.