Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksThis book is very good, I should know. ❤️🎶✨🏳️🌈 twitter.com/jules_chronicl…
Also please, and I cannot stress this enough, send me your inclusive and diverse fantasy novels. Adult and YA!
I need more in my life. #mswl
When I open up to queries I really want creepy af MG/YA, mysteries, and thrillers especially in small towns or with a group of kids/teens.
Throw in some interpersonal drama too and I'm sold.
I don't know if any of you have been watching The King Eternal Monarch on Netflix, but I'd love to see a Korean inspired historical YA fantasy that blends the present with the past in this vein. It's so good! #mswl
emmy, purveyor of spines @saskeahALRIGHT FAM it's a quarantine game for everyone out there who's getting feisty in isolation. Give me your wildest #MSWL for the end times. Go!
Mine: An elite, competitive LEGO Masters friendship story. I want messy relationships, sabotage, and high nerdy stakes. #AmAgenting twitter.com/RebeccaPodos/s…
Because *cough* I was told to do so 😉 I need more messy YA pirate treasure caper murders ala The Outer Banks. #MSWL
I've been watching a lot of ballet videos while self-isolating. Just a reminder that I am still on the hunt for a great ballet YA project from the POV of a male dancer. Billy Elliot grown up. Or this moment from Center Stage. #mswl
another #mswl: a home invasion story with a twist. but the "victim" is an action girl who ends up hunting THEM down because she is way better at surviving than they are #ya #contemporary this is basically the plot of the movie YOU'RE NEXT
Have been thinking a lot about how one of my biggest #MSWL items is YA about teens who don’t go to college. I never went to college, and it was such an emotionally fraught thing for me when I was 17/18. If you have a MS like this, please send it to me!!
I've been waiting well over a year to read June Hur's YA historical mystery THE SILENCE OF BONES in 19th-century Korea, and I'm a huge fan of Jodie Lynn Zdrok's SPECTACLE and SENSATIONAL solving murders in old Paris. I'd love subs like these. #MSWL
2020 has been such a whirlwind, I forgot to draft a new #MSWL since joining @CamCatBooks! We just celebrated our one-year anniversary last week, so it's a great time to put out a call for subs (both agented and unagented) of all types of genre fiction, adult and YA. Thread:
#mswl #ya #ownvoices gimme all your monster books. Especially monsters based on non-western legends and folklore. The wendigo! Chupacabra! La llorona! I want to feel uncomfortable and scared and uncomfortably excited to be scared
Irène DB @UrbanFoxxxxAbandoned houses in Mirlo Beach, a once thriving oceanfront town on North Carolina's Outer Banks now slowly being reclaimed by the sea (some of these buildings have since been moved or have collapsed)
[photos: Greg Fitzgerald/ Island Free Press/ Don McCullough] pic.twitter.com/RaMMIis0Pc
#MSWL MG, YA, or graphic novels with this mood / setting / ambience / evocative sense of the fantastical waiting-to-happen as a jumping-off point.
Mara Delgado-Sanchez 🇵🇷 @little_mswriterI love YA fantasy and I’m looking for diverse stories and #ownvoices here. Where are the Latinx witches and kingdoms? Take me to places based off of cultures like my own, and not like my own. I like contemp, court intrigue, plot twists and tropes (and spins on tropes too) #MSWL
Sharing this again! I’m really craving a high concept YA fantasy right now! Bonus points if it’s a Latinx one. Something that stands out and has strong emotional resonance, as well as complex characters (and character dynamics) #mswl
I’m especially on the lookout for YA rom coms (TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE; RED, WHITE, AND ROYAL BLUE), MG contemporary (A SONG FOR A WHALE; EVENTOWN), MG historical (WAR THAT SAVED MY LIFE; PRARIE LOTUS), and graphic novels (NEW KID, LAURA DEAN) #MSWL