Knights of Insanity, a middle-grade novel about creatures of ink, discovered in a dig in Egypt, set loose in Missouri by a couple of elementary school kids. Nearly finished, maybe 10,000 words remain. Will require heavy editing, but the first half is good.
Napoleon Had a Josephine, Too, an LDS romance novella. Yes, that's right, no sci-fi or fantasy elements whatsoever, outside of the magic of falling in love with someone. I've never written a romance before - save once, when I didn't know that's what I was doing - so this is a sort of adventure. Over halfway done, I think.
The Short Death of Dakota Pemberton, a contemporary urban fantasy starring everyone's favorite serial killer, Sara Elizabeth Twopenny Rogers (of Cheating Death fame, seen here a month ago). This was a short story; now it's a novella, probably will end up being a novel. In that case, just over halfway done.
And a real short story (!) currently called Phantom, because I started it while sitting in a box seat at Phantom of the Opera. The story has nothing to do with phantoms; it's a futuristic dystopian about a woman who rents a husband for an afternoon. Probably 75% done. Should be finished out this week.
I have dozens of stories waiting in the magazine to be fired at you, but I'm toying with the idea of continuing the It Would Take a Miracle novel, and just sending it out a chapter at a time. What would you like, my patrons, my friends, my favorite reason for doing all this?