Here's what I'm working on these days:
Spider-Man: Requiem has been turned in. It'll be on sale right before Halloween.
I've finished checking the copyedited manuscripts of 30 Days of Night (on sale in late July) and River Runs Red (late September), and the galleys of CSI: Miami--Right to Die (June).
I'm about 10 chapters into a spec novel--a book written with the hopes of selling it, rather than something sold before being written. I haven't done one of these since Missing White Girl, and this is in a genre I haven't published in before, so keep your fingers crossed.
I have another novel proposal--a trilogy, actually--with my agent, about to go on the market. Cross fingers for that one too.
I'm still working on the comic/game project that I will be able to reveal any day now, on which I'm both writing and editing.
I'm working on some other comic stuff, including a major crossover. Details to come.
Tomorrow I'll be starting the actual writing of Cold Black Hearts, the follow-up to Missing White Girl and River Runs Red. It's more purely horror than the other two, but still retains elements of thrillers, and like those others begins with the feel of a thriller, but quickly introduces the supernatural. It's set in borderland southwestern New Mexico. Also unlike the other two, it focuses more closely on a single character and has a smaller cast of additional characters. And atypically for me, that main protagonist is a woman (I did it in Witch Season, but most often my protagonists are men, or, as in the case of River Runs Red, male and female co-protagonists). Cold Black Hearts is due in August, and will be published sometime in 2009.
I think that's it for the moment. Feels like plenty from here. For a change, I have no tie-in work in the immediate future, just originals.
And I'm about half done with the spring firebreak outside...lots more cuttin' to do.