Links: Public Library Awesomeness, Fic Organizing, & More

Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Welcome back to Wednesday Links!

The Boston spring has devolved back into a Boston winter this week. Typical! I don’t really mind the cold so much; it’s the wind. The wind is so brutal sometimes.

My partner recently made a Trader Joe’s run and TJs is so good for fun and interesting snacks. But I have a gripe. They’re so popular and I get very overwhelmed and overstimulated in crowded areas. I want to browse, but I feel like I cannot do that before I need to run screaming out the building. My partner’s brother works at a TJs and he’s been very helpful in giving me some ideal “down times” to try and shop.

Any Trader Joe’s disciples in the house? I’d love to hear about some of your favorite TJs go-to foods!

The greater Boston area is getting a romance bookstore! No news yet on its opening, but I’m excited. Lovestruck Books, if you ever want a moderator for events, I’m in the neighborhood!

A colleague at work told me about this article on A.I. art pushing the limits of happy puppies and silly geese. I think I was able to grab a gift link for it. They also reference this Twitter thread.

I haven’t been shy about my fanfic preferences, which have included Dramione. I saw this post on reddit about a person organizing their favorite fics, which led to some great discussion in the comments about how people do this for themselves.

So how do you keep track or organize your fanfic TBR pile?

As I’ve been preparing for my trip to Korea, I’ve been doing some language learning. A friend recommended Mango Languages to me and told me she gets her lessons through our public library system! Does your library have language learning resources? Have you tried Mango Languages?

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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