On the day that my second Jenny Parker crime thriller is published by Endeavour Media, I am taking stock of where my writing is up to.
The third Jenny Parker, Limited Liability, is scheduled for publication in October. The fourth, Exit Strategy, is done and dusted. Written, revised (many times), edited, rewritten, edited, finalised and copy-edited. Polished to a burnished hue. Ready to go.
I'm currently writing a fantasy series. Three books. The first two are drafted. I've already completely re-written the first after feedback from an agent and it's much better. The third Tyrant book is well under way.
The rest of my recent output is looking for an agent that can get the best out of it.
A stand alone novel about a father-daughter dysfunctional relationship.
A novel based on the early years of my waste management consultancy.
Two Palmer and Jones books (humorous crime novels).
A childrens book, Unipig.
A toddlers book (Not for Bedtime).
A book about the ancients gods of Sumeria (in process).
Then there's my SF trilogy, Technical Difficulties. I wrote these around ten years ago. All I can say about them is that they were good practice for the discipline of writing. They will never see the light of day. At least not in their present form. I've started a rewrite, of course I have, but it's got bogged down in 1977 Las Vegas. Not the best place to leave your characters.
Now I need someone to look at all this stuff and help me decide where to concentrate my efforts. Meanwhile, I write what comes up and there's plenty that is.