Personally, I have a rather large (and growing) cache of writings, ideas and story outlines, some of which I've actually typed up, but a good portion of it is still scattered around in notes here and there. I've got a very good idea of where I was planning to take this VN and in the event the others contact me, I'll share it with them asap. I might even finish the ever-growing set of plot threads that have thrusted outwards like filaments of fungi burrowing into a particularly unfortunate tree root.
There's enough written down already to cover a demo based around the first day of school. I somewhat lost motivation to complete anything beyond that first day, mainly due to personal concerns over writing quality (after several readings, I feel compelled to completely redraft about half of it - it was originally based off what the previous writer had started, which was... not impressive) and past time constraints. I'm in a position to resume work on this project, but there are too many unknown for me to reinvest right now. As far as I'm aware, the background artist vacancy remains unfilled (I told him on dA and I'll say it again, ExitMothership was and will probably always be the most talented person linked to this project) so at this stage, I'm preparing to shift towards a new project. If LoM isn't restarted, it might borrow some plot elements and plans, but will more or less be an original work.
Basically, imagine a crossover between raising sim Princess Maker and vn Katawa Shoujo, with orphans. I've discussed the concept with friends and it might end up in the Ideas section of this site in the near future. Who knows?
I feel blessed being part of this, if only for the challenge. Storyboarding for a visual novel is certainly harder than it looks at first, but now I have a lot more confidence in my ability to plan and write one. I appreciated all the messages, comments and responses I got, not just from Heartless-Star but also various people here and elsewhere. This is not a definitive 'end' since I've never been in charge of LoM, but for now, I'm putting further writing work on ice pending discussion within the dev team.
So long and thanks for all the fish,