JM 169 Released

Chapter <-

I wanted to do a batch, but I’m about to lose my internet connection for a few days, which means no google drive, which means no accessing my translations.

Next time I post, it’ll probably be from my new apartment.

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JM 168 Released

Chapter <-

You know what eats up a lot of time irl? Moving.

I had to fly back to Texas to finish moving out of my apartment and then fly back to Canada and get ready to drive the rest of the way to my new location. The flight itself doesn’t take that long, but getting to the airport and moving through the crowds did… Thursday’s going to be at least another 9 hours on the road. Yay…

JM 165 Released

Chapter <-

Greetings from Canada. I’ve made it across the border and back to my parents’ house. The first thing I did was mess with my cat, who apparently does not remember me. Good job, Breakfast. Thanks a bunch. I love you too.

Now, I only have to cross the border 3 more times in the next 3 weeks. Vunderbar.

Anyway, I actually have more to do than just shitpost this time around. Today’s release post will also function as an announcement.

Chapters are more likely than not going to be slow from here on out. I have a lot of business to attend to and my mom’s getting heart surgery next week. My job is starting as soon as she’s all healed up, which means that things are only going to get worse for you readers. Releases will remain sporadic (albeit slower) over the course of the next three weeks. Come September, I’ll probably be doing a regular once a week schedule with releases on weekends. This is in part due to my job and in part because I’m taking the opportunity to pursue another hobby.

I’ll probably manage to translate a bit more than that, but rather than dumping doubles when possible, I’ll probably be dumping it all during the holiday season instead.

Note that my comments on my schedule are not finalized by any means. I’m still playing it all by ear and working off of a fairly large number of assumptions. This is just what I assume to be the most likely scenario.