Hmm... thoughts, thoughts.
The title reminds me of "Feel Good Inc". "Windmill, windmill for the land, love forever, hand in hand~"
The "cover" page and the landscape on the first page are absolutely gorgeous, but on the rest, it seems like the style could still use some polishing, as it looks a little stiff.
The speech, too, is a bit stiff, but if it's an intentional part of the setting, I can accept it. The dialogue is rather cleverly written for the most part. I liked the introduction with the shopping list, or the conversation between the princess and the crier. It's stylized, but if you can get it to feel natural, and have it coalesce with the setting, it will be good. The one thing that really bothered me about the writing was the somewhat melodramatic introduction to her name. Monologueing is fine, but unless you are a really large ham, you normally won't go mentally shouting your name like that. That made it too obvious that you're building up to introducing the lady to the reader.
I'm unclear on the update schedule. "Bimonthly" can mean either twice a month or every other month. I'm also not clear on what to make of 12-page installments. The calendar seems to indicate updates every other day. If you're going to update slowly and in batches, you should probably adapt the website's navigation to those conditions.
That said, I'm curious as to what the unconventional setting is that you're going to bring to the table, and I have high hopes for the characterization of the heroine.
PS: Uhm... the first page says "What should I buy today at market?", which is, you know, missing a word.