I have finished the first round of edits for books two and three of the Shadowkill trilogy.
Before I run through the final (I hope, crossing my fingers) edits, there are 2-3 smaller projects I want to tackle: a non-fiction book centered around travelling with type one diabetics, and a few fiction short stories.
I love the freedom of being an indie author. I can write exactly what my heart desires. If I want to write a romance or a cozy mystery or another thriller in my Central Division series, I can--and I will. Those are tentatively scribbled in for 2018, at the very earliest. For the romance, I'm going back and forth about a pseudonym. I'm weighing the pros and cons carefully.
On the short story front, I have a few I had written before. So with those, I want to do one pass-through to get a feeling about it being ready to go or not. There is another short story I had written the bones of before--meaning, I have written about three pages, just to get the idea out of my head--and I have a strong feeling to write it.