Links: horror, squid game, etc.

Workplace with computer, magazine, books, coffee and glasses.

Hello friends! I am back in New England!

I really missed the fall weather and my damn bed. Linus, my precious monstrous cat, acknowledged my return for the entire 20 seconds. I’ll take her!

I really like the food in Austine and I had the tastiest breakfast taco. Their food truck “pitches” there is just my kind of jam.

Every time I visit I feel closer and closer to the movement. Maybe one day!

Robin Bradford, a friend of the site and kickass librarian, has great advice for fellow librarians looking to add independent romance to their collections.. Indie novels do a lot of things that traditional publishing doesn’t do, especially when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Putting them into circulation is a big benefit for caregivers, and Robin has some tips and tricks!

Squid game is currently taking a storm of pop culture (this is the South Korean show Netflix) and I thought this interview with the show robot-doll was pretty arrogant.

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I am very excited to redesign the Belmont Books Women’s Horror Panel! We have a great team of authors and an amazing moderator. The panel is virtual using Zoom, and registration is free. Join us tonight at 7 p.m. Morning!

If you’re not particularly active on social media, first of all, well you and I honestly say that. But also, you may have missed this wild real-story ride called The Bad Art Friend.

I think we just need to a pure and useful zen moment, or not?

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting you saw, read or listened to this week! And if you have something you think we’d like to post in future Wednesday links, send it my way!



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