Violet gives Petunia a generous and mandatory present. Also, lots of bad, burning letters.
A pocket full of... violence? (We try). Violet has discovered a way to fit more into a day, and Petunia reflects on a possible (and quite disturbing) personal trait.
Mysterious and doily-shaped messages have appeared at The Keep. What horrid, dark forces are behind these saccharine greetings from some other plane of existence? Gross.
Its been a cruel, cruel summer, and now that winter is here, Violet and Petunia are ready to get back into the swing of things. Particularly, swinging things they found in their keep during a very inconvenient audit by a dragon.
Petunia decodes the Odingram and learns something about her own, ahem, proclivities. Violet also learns something important about herself, and the sisters look forward to a short break before coming back to give advice completely uninterrupted by anything ridiculous or-- aw, damn.
The ladies are coming to you live from the aftermath of a gory and slightly unexpected battle. I mean, we expected a battle. Just not this exact battle. Nestor's dark secret is exposed.
We could eat a peach muffin for hours, but unfortunately there's no time for that. At the much-anticipated baking competition, Petunia stumbled onto a disturbing revelation, and has rushed home with a very confused Violet in tow to tell you all about it.
Please excuse us, we're a little... out of sync. You might say we are twice the Ettin we once were. Violet is enjoying it, Petunia is not. We're a bit divided on the matter.
Get it? Because Violet is cross, and Petunia's training to read letters in her stead?
Don't judge me.