Traitor's Prize, the sequel to five star fantasy Kingdom Asunder, will hopefully come out in the next month or two. It's the middle book of The Bloody Crown trilogy, and sees one or two old friends from previous books enter the civil war between William Penmere and John Esden. There's lashings of political scheming, battlefield cunning, and the dark arts, and sets up the final book rather nicely.
Sir Edric's Kingdom is a novel-sized comedy, a little larger than the previous book, available here, following the titular knight as he struggles to hold together the kingdom, aided by Dog, the world's trustiest manservant, Orff, the man-eating slaver, Corkwell, his dominatrix paramour, and Lysandra, the elven sorceress. Duels, monsters, invasions and dangerously high quantities of alcohol abound within.
I don't have any firm dates just yet, and obviously I won't be releasing them right next to each other. There'll probably be a month or two from one to the next (assuming all goes well).
Further ahead, I plan on working on Crown of Blood, the final part of the trilogy, and releasing Sir Edric and the Plague (another novel) which is essentially finished. I hope to write more of Wandering Phoenix and Roaming Tiger, perhaps with larger instalments. The first part's free, so if you haven't checked it out, give it a look.