Okay, so I got that rewrite knocked out. It's done. And I'm at loose ends. I have so many books I need to work on that I'm like a cat who has too many toys thrown at it at once. (Ever take a handful of cat toys and throw them in the air. When they land, the cat doesn't know which one to chase.) Of course, there's also the risk that with too many toys, the cat will get bored with them all. So, following the analogy, I need to pick one toy to bat at, chew on, and kick.
If you've been following along over at my writerly blog A Pound of B.S., you'll see the beginnings of almost every book I've ever written or started writing. I think the only ones we're missing over there (that I could still work on) at this point at Djinn 2 and Sleeping Ugly.
I'm leaning toward either rewriting Blink of an I again, or finally editing Unequal. The only problem there is the little voice in my head that says 'dystopian is out'. Since those are both 'speculative fiction', I could be shooting myself in the ass by spending too much time on them.
I do have two suspenses (Nanotechnology and Fertile Ground) and a mystery (Cut and Dried) I could be working on.
Or I could go back, take all the mad writer skills I've acquired in the past 9 years and fix an early work like Nature of Fear.
I also have a YA Fantasy I never really got under way, and so many new ideas...
See? Cat + Toys = Brain Implosion
So, I'm letting you all have a say.
What do you think I should work on next? Input would be greatly appreciated.