Ash Princess-Part 2 (Ash Princess Trilogy)

In a sudden, shocking shift, M and K watch as two of their favorite characters go from best friends to mortal enemies in less than 200 pages. Plus, How to Obtain Books (and Beer) in the Age of Quarantine; Don’t Use Children to Do Your Dirty Work; M Shares Some Scandalous Love Letters; and K Tries to Build the Fastest Ship in the World.

Ash Princess-Part 1 (Ash Princess Trilogy)

M and K are back in business with a brand new series featuring a captured princess seeking to reclaim her throne. Plus, Our Favorite Major Character Who Almost Wasn’t a Major Character; Team Blaise Versus Team Soren; Drawing Inspiration From the Baddest Betch in Byzantium; and The Six Second Synopsis Game.

The Queen of Nothing-Part 2 (The Folk of the Air Trilogy)

M and K have differing opinions on the end of the series, but agree that they will miss hanging out with their favorite faerie friends. Plus, Squeamish Sex Scenes with Non-Human Body Parts; A Totally Unexpected Snake Transformation; How to Capture a Unicorn According to Medieval Bestiaries; and A Much More Dangerous Scottish Version of Ground Hog Day.

The Queen of Nothing-Part 1 (The Folk of the Air Trilogy)

After a brief stint bounty hunting in the human world, M+K regroup with their favorite exiled faerie queen for a daring return to court. Plus, Why We’ll Never Ever Forgive Taryn; The Court of Teeth and Their Creepy Child Queen; Google Searches for Napoleon’s Preserved Penis; and Why We’ll Never Air BnB in an Ancient Castle.

The Wicked King-Part 1 (The Folk of the Air Trilogy)

M+K shack up with a captive king, who finds himself crowned against his will and bound to a mortal he hates (but also sort of loves). Plus, the Origin Story of Cardan’s “I Rule” Mug; Debating the Identity Of The Great Betrayer; What a Master Of Revels Really Does; and People Who Literally Danced Themselves to Death.

The Cruel Prince-Part 1 (The Folk of the Air Trilogy)

M and K kick off season four by crossing over between the mortal world and the world of Faeries. Plus, The Most Vicious Group of Bullies You’ll Ever Meet; How to Get a Secret Door Installed in Your House; Nonsense Literature That Actually Makes a Lot of Sense; and The Utterly Unconvincing Cottingley Fairy Hoax of 1917.