Links: Cheese-Making, Fast Cats, & More


Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.Welcome back to Links! I know I just did one of these last week, but it has felt much longer. Maybe it’s because I’ve been quite busy.

I also went to the mall over the weekend. I can’t remember the last time I’ve been shopping, let alone an actual mall. I know TikTok has been abuzz with the tweens invading Sephora for skincare brands and I can confirm that it’s very real.

As someone who gets overwhelmed in chaotic, crowded spaces, I was disappointed that things I wanted were all out of stock, I wasn’t able to leisurely take my time exploring the fragrance section, and that I lacked the patience to both dodge around girls testing skincare products and find a Sephora person to ask about additional stock. So I grabbed the one thing on my list I could find and tried to get out of there as fast as possible.

Did you know that romance author Nikki Payne is a tech anthropologist for the White House? That’s so cool! And also I want to know more about tech anthropology.

If you’re into making cheese, here’s a handy tool to find out how much milk you need based on which cheese you want to make and what kind of milk you’re using.

This link came from Georgia; thanks, Georgia!

Thought you might like this one for the next Links post, from Casey Blair’s email to readers:

I can finally announce I was asked to be a panelist at this year’s TBR Con! This is a completely free virtual event that will stream live on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook on January 26th at 11am Pacific Time.

The panel is called “Cozy Fantasy’s Rise — Grimdark’s Demise?” and I’ll be talking with five other fantastic cozy fantasy and/or grimdark authors, moderated by reviewer extraordinaire Mihir Wanchoo. We’re going to have a lot of fun with this one.

Date has passed obviously but it will remain online to watch at TBRCon2024 | FanFiAddict

If you love to follow animal or pet accounts on Instagram, I highly recommend Rackarkatten: a Siberian cat who loves to race its owner.

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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