It's been a while since I did this, and over the years I've done so much I can't keep track of everything I've written. So...
Below is a list of my accomplishments to date (those works in bold are complete):
A Hero of Novel Proportions - women's lit - short story - originally written in 2001 - rewritten in 2004
Spectacle (renamed Fear Itself)* - suspense - novel - 2004
Be Careful What You Wish For - SF - novel - begun but never completed - 2005
Caldera (renamed The Nature of Destruction)* - suspense - novel - 2005
Mirror* - women's lit - short story - 2005
Spunky the Bunny - children's story - 2005 - rewrite of English assignment from 1985
Fire* - literary - short story - 2005
Counseling - women's lit - short story - 2006
Blink* - speculative - novel - 2006-2009
Miguel - literary - short story - 2006
Bad Fluffy Bunny - SF - short story - 2006
Haudego* - speculative - short story - 2006
Space Bunnies - SF - novel - 2006 - rewrite of Bad Fluffy Bunny into novel form - never completed
A Widow's Justice - mystery - novel - 2006 - drafted to THE END but never completely edited
Pigwell* - literary - short story - 2007 - written for a specific contest
Redemption - SF/literary - novel - 2007 - begun but never completed
Cut & Dried (book one of the JA mystery series) - novel - 2007 - begun but not completed
Nanotechnology - suspense - novel - 2007-2009 - drafted to THE END but not completely edited
RTL* - speculative - novel - 2007-2008
Manhunter (renamed Dying Embers)* - suspense - novel - 2008
EQ - speculative - novel - 2009 - begun but not completed
Fertile Ground - suspense - novel - 2009 - begun but not completed
DLN - paranormal suspense - WIP - estimated completion by 12/31/09
As you can see, I've been busy. Looking at everything I've done, in a way I'm proud and in another I'm bummed. I've written a lot, and worked my ass to a flabby mass, but I'm still unpublished. Still, I keep hammering away (or banging my head on a rock, if you will). Remember the manta is: If not this one, then the next one. And the next one. And the next one. Until I see one in print.
I guess I'll just keep working until I publish or I die of old age - whichever comes first. :shrug: At least no one can ever say I wasn't prolific.
*submitted in one way or another.