So as I write this I am about 9500 words into Rosie the Ripper. I actually hoped to be done by this point in time, but the book has been slowed by research time (okay, watching MMA matches) and a heck of a lot of stops and starts due to personal issues.
That being said, the book is coming along swimmingly as I have wrote a humdinger of a fight to open the book, set up the characters in play and worked my way towards the conflicts both in and outside the ring. I enter the field of fight fiction as far more of a fan than I have ever been a writer, but so far I think the book is coming together much as I hoped it would.
While I am working on that, I actually have another fight story of a different kind slowly taking shape. I have created the character Moses Stone for an upcoming Airship 27 anthology, though Moses is a man stuck in the very criminal-influenced world of 1930s wrestling. Moses may be one of my favorite characters ever as I get to combine some of my favorite things in storytelling in one great character. But more will come about him as that story gets closer to completion as well.
I have also started the planning stages on my next two superhero projects, one a sequel and one that will set a foundation of the shared universe the majority of my fiction takes place in.