Links: Horror, Squid Game, & More

Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Hello, friends! I am back in New England!

Definitely missed the fall weather and my own damn bed. Linus, my precious monster cat, acknowledged my return for all of 20 seconds. I’ll take it!

I so love the food in Austin and had some of the most delicious breakfast tacos. Their food truck “courts” down there are just my kind of jam.

Every time I visit, I feel like I get closer and closer to moving. Maybe one day!

Friend of the site and kickass librarian, Robin Bradford, has some great advice for fellow librarians looking to add indie romance to their collections. Indie romances are doing a lot of things that traditional publishing isn’t doing, especially in terms of diversity and inclusion. Adding them into circulation seems like a big benefit for patrons and Robin has some tips and tricks!

Squid Game is taking pop culture by storm right now (it’s a South Korean show on Netflix) and I thought this interview with the show’s robot-doll was pretty cheeky.

I am so stoked to once again plan Belmont Books’ Women in Horror panel! We have a great group of authors and an awesome moderator. The panel is virtual through Zoom and registration is free. Join us tonight at 7pm eastern!

If you’re not super active on social media, first off, good for you and I mean that sincerely. But also, you may have missed this wild ride of a true story dubbed “Bad Art Friend.”

I think we just need a pure and wholesome moment of zen, don’t you?


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  1. Qualisign says:

    After that horror show of “Bad Art Friend,” and it was worse than seeing the aftermath of an accident while driving, the 13/10 Bush in the wind moment was absolutely necessary. Nice placement, Amanda.

  2. Merle says:

    Can’t see whatever it is you are sharing from instagram again.

  3. Emily C says:

    That was one of my favorite we rate dogs posts ever! Floppy puppy ears are the best!

  4. footiepjs says:

    I have Bad Art Friend opinions but I’ll refrain from sharing them here.

    Bottom line: people are dangerously ignorant of law around copyright and IP.

  5. Layla says:

    Becca Stickler (who runs the Read Something Queer newsletter) made a zine about lesbians and pulp fiction and is now selling them! I recently received mine and can’t wait to dive into it.

    (I’m not affiliated with Becca Stickler/the zine in any way. I just like lesbians and pulp fiction, ha.)

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