You can find it on the main page of the Feu de Joie archive. While small, it reveals a major development in the story that will have lasting implications in the future installments.
Feu de Joie is also supported by Patreon patrons–so thank you! If you’re interested in checking out what that entails, here is my Patreon page.
I’m really grateful for Patreon. And there are many other worthy interactive fiction projects that you can support with Patreon! Jason McIntosh, who runs the annual Interactive Fiction Competition, gave a shout out to two other currently ongoing works of serialized IF: 18 Rooms to Home by Carolyn VanEseltine, and Bloom by Caelyn Sandel. Also available to be supported on Patreon!
And finally Twine itself can be supported through Patreon as well.
This kind of ecosystem of support really didn’t exist 5-10 years ago (crowdfunding via Kickstarter is a very different beast) and it’s the flexibility to allow for recurrence in a project that is pretty exciting.