I am almost through my backlog of books I am working on.
Just getting to this point is always a struggle for me. I tend to be one that likes to get to a certain point and then immediately move on to the next project, leaving this one almost finished. I have had to set aside the manuscript I was working on to finish proofing the one that I had just finished (editing - not my favorite thing). But that is almost done now and I can move to editing/proofing the manuscript in my possession (the goal is that I finish with that by the end of April).
And then what?
Well, I have one or two projects of course (I always seem to have more than I can do): one more fable and one more theological book (comparing Highland Athletics and what the Church is supposed to be - I kind of like the concept). As with the rest of my writing, these could potentially be done by the end of the year depending on how quickly I write (I am trying to set aside some time on regular basis for that now to make sure that I start consistently doing it).
And then what?
A splendid question and one I do not know I fully have an answer to yet. I have one or two conceptual ideas but at least one of them is something that I have never written before: fiction. Real fiction, not the sort of fable that I have written heretofore. I find that a little daunting, actually - it feels like I would be writing something which is totally beyond my abilities (if you have read good fiction, you know how rare it is). And yet I suppose I should not - 5 years ago I did not believe that I could write anything at all and I have self published 3 books with two more on the way.
So maybe the question is not so much what I will be writing next, but if I am willing to step things up to the next level to do so. After all, I love writing - a great deal. Why would I not try to get better at it?