1. JPATCA - This is a novel that a friend and I worked on together while I was living in Southern California. It is a young adult, near-future, dystopian/utopian novel. The text is all written (my friend wrote the first draft) and I am in the process of going through the rewrites. My hope is to have a final copy before the end of the year and begin shopping it around to perspective publishers early next year.
2. The Shade - This is a multi-perspective piece of epic fantasy fiction. I'm about 40,000 words into the work and I estimate that it will ultimately end up being 180,000 words. The story will naturally break into six sections. This is among my finest works, and to date, the only bit of writing I have ever experienced writer's block on. I think I may need to take a page out of my sermon-prep process and skip the troublesome section and come back to it once I've figured it out.
3. SCF - This is my first significant work of non-fiction. It is a theological book on a topic that I think hasn't really been explored too well in our western-church culture, but has been grossly misrepresented. I am in the research process right now looking at the biblical data, ancient sources and modern sources (with almost every single modern source being completely inconsistent with the biblical data). I haven't decided on a format for the work yet, either academic, or popular . . . but since my credentials are only an M.Div and senior pastorate, I think it will have to be a popular piece.
4. Untold: Alliances - This is the seven-part audio drama series being produced by the volunteers at the Spirit Blade Underground Alliance. The first episode is available now (for free!). The series outline has been green-lit, as well as the second episode. As far as I understand, no further work has been done on the episode yet, but interested parties anticipate getting started soon. Subsequent episodes will be written as production begins again on the series.
On a similar note, assuming the Untold: Alliances series is actually completed, it will in most likelihood be my last foray into the world of Untold. I had originally planned for the series to be a five books (and book two is currently 42,000 words long), but my writing abilities have developed so far beyond Untold when I wrote it fourteen years ago that I think it's time to move on to bigger and better things!