Chapter 3.2: Turn of the Screw

CWs: confinement, drug references, unpredictable temper Prison.           Kiera was a criminal. She’d broken out. That was why she was so different; why Isaiah was so unnerved by her.           Part of me was starting to agree with Kiera - not that that was fair to Jaylie. But she was bad enough now. What on … Continue reading Chapter 3.2: Turn of the Screw

Chapter 24: Melting Point

CWs: opioid and stimulant drug use (+discussion of), guns, implied human trafficking, subtle/microaggressive racism, racial profiling, self-harm scars And bitter waes the breath and braying on Brunhilde’s soul Whyn all she had waes lost or loathed or reveled as common cole her crowne she’d kep for good or ill, no kept courtisane she’d be so … Continue reading Chapter 24: Melting Point

Chapter 23: The Quiet Oak

CWs: bullying, exclusion trauma, loneliness I’ll admit — the first time I saw the kid, I got a bit nervous. Not because of the albino thing. I’ve met albino kids before, you know? It’s a medical condition, not that you’d think that with how some people go on about it. It’s that, well, you expect … Continue reading Chapter 23: The Quiet Oak

Ghosts in Quicksilver – 3.1 – Fractured Shadows

TWs: transphobia (mild, unspoken, complicated), obsession/stalkerishness (INTENSE), paranoid delusions/psychosis, imprisonment A long time ago, in a land that had not yet lost its magic or its gods, there was a witch who lived in the woods; this might be a story you know, I never really know with you, but her house wasn’t made of … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 3.1 – Fractured Shadows