Trigger Warning


I tried to read it slowly and savour each tale but I couldn't stop. Then I had to do that thing when I finished where I just sit and stare into space for a while.

Now I'm left with the feeling that all of them are true in some way.

Trigger Warning, Witch Work


There is a world in there.

The witch was as old as the mulberry tree
She lived in the house of a hundred clocks
She sold storms and sorrows and calmed the sea
And she kept her life in a box.

Trigger Warning, Jerusalem


When descriptions are spot on.

His head was like a filing cabinet that had fallen downstairs, and all the information in it was jumbled and disordered.

Agent Carter, episode 1.8

"I know my value. Anyone else's opinion doesn't really matter."

How does one become more like Peggy Carter?

Trigger Warning, My Last Landlady


A snippet:

I've heard we see the world not as it is
but as we are. A saint sees a world of saints, a killer
sees only murderers and victims.

Trigger Warning, Introduction


I did have a thought, a very good thought, and a quote, but I lost it.

This is fantastic, of course, in all ways. I'm having a hard time not reading it all at once - that would be like scoffing a delicious and carefully prepared meal. I'll probably just read it again, once I'm full.

Agent Carter, season 1


I'm writing this because it is true. This show is good but what's even better is the female lead. I know, this subject is harped on more than your average harp. And I wasn't going to say anything, it's just turning out to be true; it does make a difference.