The Stratford Man, complete rough draft MS, approximately 290,000 words, awaiting second draft revisions which shouldn't be too very bad, because i think I more or less got close the first time through.
Scardown, complete MS, approximately 115,000 words, ready for submission.
Bridge of Blood & Iron, was complete MS at 120,000 words, now at 137,000 words and likely to top out around 160,000 after extensive revisions and rewrites that are half-completed.
One-Eyed Jack incomplete rough draft at about 20,000 words currently.
Worldwired, final novel in the SF not-a-trilogy comprised of Hammered and Scardown, still in the ideawrangling stage.
Oh, and The Cobbler's Boy, which is about a 45,000-word YA novel that's out making the rounds, and which if it sells will be More Work, Again. (But good work, mind you. We like working on things that are paid for.)
I'm panicking quietly because there are so many things on my To Do list, and it's paralyzing me. So I'm going to use the old technique of weeding out the easy ones first: I'm going to find out if I can send Scardown in before I do the Hammered revisions, and I'm going to see if I can get the second draft of Stratford Man put to bed in a couple of weeks so I can call that closed file.
That'll be two piles gone.
Then if I can get the delivery draft of Hammered done I will have everything off my desk except Jack, Worldwired, and Bridge (and potentially The Cobbler's Boy and/or sequels).
And that's a much more manageable pile, and one less likely to make me feel short of breath when I contemplate it.
I do have a tendency to get spread out all over the place, don't I? Bad bear. Calm down. Focus.