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Chatoyant College will return!

…I’m just not sure when.

Sorry I’ve been MIA! I was in the midst of planning the next book of Chatoyant College when I had to go back to work. Between work and the baby, I’ve had a lot of difficulty finding time to write, not to mention some free brain space.

However, we have the baby on a sleep schedule now, and I’m slowly being able to carve out more time. I’m planning to do National Novel Writing Month next month (as usual), and that will force me to get my schedule figured out! Hopefully after November, I will be able to keep up the momentum and get back to Chatoyant College.

If you follow me on Patreon, I plan to post some of my NaNoWriMo stuff there–I’m not sure how much exactly, but at least it will be something I can show.

Again, I’m very sorry for the long delay between updates! I wanted to let you all know that neither I nor the story are dead!

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Chatoyant College, Chatoyant College Interlude: Summer Break

Chatoyant College Interlude: 11, 12, and 13

11: Corrie to Edie and Dawn

YES!!! I knew they’d figure it out!

12: Edie to Corrie and Dawn

You both got the email, right? What a relief.

Not a lot of details, though. I hope they’ll tell us what they’ve figured out to make the campus safe. Maybe they won’t tell the whole student body, but we can go talk to Professor Lal and make her tell us.

Edie

13: Dawn to Corrie and Edie

Wow, they cut that close, didn’t they? I was afraid it was going to be bad news when it got so late in the day without any word, but the email finally came out. I might have been a little distracted at work checking my personal email, but there’s never enough work to fill up my time anyway. (Sorry, I may have complained about that a hundred times already.)

I just hope they’ve really done it right. Maybe we can get them to explain their system to us so we can poke any loopholes and they can fix them.

Of course, we know how to keep ourselves safe, even if their plan is full of loopholes. And maybe now that everyone knows about faeries, they’ll also learn to keep themselves safe—even if we have to teach them.

Now I know for sure I can say, see you two in the fall! I’m looking forward to having you as roommates!

– Dawn