Zodiac Eclipse is a free serial of short stories, 1,000 words each and 12 parts long, which you can read here.
I really rather like the serial, especially the first part. The idea for the characters and world are something I've had on the backburner for a long time, and when the King of Kraxon offered the chance to write a serial Zodiac Eclipse fit perfectly.
I'd quite like to make a novel out of the world (either incorporating or continuing on from the serial). However, I'm almost exactly in the middle of a trilogy and I don't want to leave Sir Edric's shenanigans on ice for years, so it may take a while.
I'm about 3/5 through the first draft of Traitor's Prize, sequel to Kingdom Asunder (whilst a bit annoyed misfortune/idiocy meant KA wasn't released this year, that will, at least, reduce the gap in releases between it and TP, so it's swings and roundabouts). When I reach Ch30 (currently on Ch25) I'll start doing minor work on the third and fourth Sir Edric stories.
At the moment, I think redrafting/editing Traitor's Prize might be a bugger. I like the various strands of the story, but putting them together in a balance way without leaving multiple major characters out of the action for prolonged periods may be tricky. On the plus side, I do get to kill lots of people.
In other news, a short story of mine will be included in a horror anthology scheduled for release in the first half of 2016. With that, and Sir Edric's Temple/Sir Edric's Treasure coming out, as well as the later release of Kingdom Asunder, next year should be a bit busier than this, in terms of publications.
That said, this year did see the Zodiac Eclipse serial, and my short story Project Phoenix, part of the Prey anthology (money raised going to animal charity WWF).
Kingdom Asunder is almost complete (needs a final going over), and Sir Edric's Kingdom is in a similar state. I have the plot outlined for Sir Edric and the Plague (working title of the fourth story). Traitor's Prize is on the first draft but motoring along nicely.
Hope you get many nice presents. I'll leave you with a free festive adventure.