Here are my writing plans for 2012:
Near the end of January or early February I will be publishing a novella, Scruffy Unleashed, adapted from my screenplay of the same title.
In February, I will be publishing a new novel titled Inferno: Go to Hell.
After that, I'm going to write a few more Snowybrook Inn short stories, then begin working on another novel.
I plan to write at least 1,000 words a day. Sounds like a paltry word count, I know, but that's 365,000 words per year. Since most of my novels are about 55,000 - 60,000 words on average, that's about six and a half novels. If I write six and a half novels this year, I will be a very happy camper.
Novels you might possibly see from me this year, besides Inferno, are:
Flames of the Sun
The Christian Mortician
The World of Tomorrow
I've already got the novels planned out. It's just a matter of sitting down and actually writing them. For me, that's the toughest part about writing: actually managing to motivate myself enough to sit my butt down and start writing. I never have a problem with finding things to write about. I have enough ideas for future stories and novels to keep me busy writing non-stop for years, if only I actually had the motivation.