Susie Smith, Tristan and Sarah Denny and Evelyn go to Paris for their holidays. What happens to them?
Categories: Ste Therese's House Characters: Minor character(s), OC
School Period: Tyrol
School Name: Chalet School
Series: Tea and Militancy
Chapters: 15 Completed: Yes
Word count: 37072 Read: 11654
Published: 08 Jan 2012 Updated: 24 Mar 2012
This is very much a holiday drabble. It's not very well balanced, but it is hopefully rather fun :)
I'll be posting bits of this as and when I get round to it. It's a matter of fitting it round my work. Hope you enjoy!
Thank you for the comments! Sorry about the cliff, Minim.
(I'm not really)
Thanks for the comments.
Matty isn't writing a postcard, because he's not on holiday. Here is his scene anyway :D
ETA: I sort of assumed everyone has read Brothers in Arms. If you haven't, the storyline is given in a nutshell below. I may now have ruined it for you. Sorry, if so! It's possibly still worth reading...
Thank you for the comments! Sorry I'm taking my time with these - working quite hard at the moment which is distracting me from the real business of my life - drabbling :D
Tristan has forgotten to bring his address book so he can't write a postcard either. I apologise for the change of tone in this update, but I can't help it - he can be bloody stubborn at times and refused to do anything else.
Warning: there is some Plot in this update...I know, shocking!
ETA: thanks for all the comments! And special thanks to Abi, who proofed this for me.
Thank you for the comments. I was a bit worried about that last update, but it seems to have gone down well :)
Not much happens here, but it happens suddenly, I'll have you know.
Thanks for the comments and the favourites! Sorry about this - Susie and Tristan insisted on one more scene before they all go out, and since it's their holiday I didn't like to refuse them.
Well, what lovely comments the last update generated! It's so delightful for a writer to see, not just that people are engaged with a story, but how they are engaged - I really enjoy reading them and they're a special treat for me, so thank you very much :)
Now, there have been developments since last I posted, with the appearance of Lesley's new website for CS fic, and so from now on I'll be posting in two places at once. Depending on how well the new site goes, I may switch over entirely, but I'll make sure to mention it if I do. The website can be found here: http://www.annersley.co.uk/index.php (I do not know how to put links into SDL stuff! Someone please enlighten me!)
Right, and onto the next bit, where once again, nothing much happens. I hope it's enjoyable nonetheless.
Thank you for the comments! Most of you will already have seen this bit as it's been posted over on LGM, but I'm posting the two bits from there as one chapter here. Enjoy!
Thanks for the comments!
I would have waited til I had a bit more, but I can't resist a cliff.
Some more for here...
Thank you as ever for the comments. Here is the next update, and then there'll be just one more before Postcards from Paris comes to an end!
Thank you for the comments. Here is the last chapter! (Except that there may be more, actually...)
Well, we've reached the final episode at last, the morning after the night before. I hope this ending to the holiday meets with the approval of the readers of this sorry tale.
I'm afraid I'm having to think long and hard about whether to post T&M Part III. I'm starting to think it's had its day and is running out of steam - and certainly readers - so we shall have to see whether I think it's worth it to continue the story.
Thank you for reading and commenting, those of you who did. It really matters to be to hear from people who are enjoying this story, because I have very little confidence in it and in my characters, so hearing from those who appreciate them is very important to me.
Cheerio, and maybe see you again soon.