I've decided to make a few small changes to my comic fantasy novel Court of Dreams before I decide what to do with it next. Particularly, I feel that the starting location has to change. I set it in Hull because of the whole "write what you know" thing, but the end result is that at least one person has commented that they weren't sure if the MC was supposed to be me (he's not. He's clearly not. It's just the location that makes it seem that way. If a character a bit like me sneaks in anywhere, it's in the form of a couple of lines from a particularly geeky friend of the MC's who never intends leaving university.) I think a more general location should solve the issue, particularly since the starting location is mostly a jumping-off point.
On the ghostwriting front, I'm juggling two YA novels at the moment, which seems to be working out fine time wise. Though when the rest of the outlines come in from the client I might not say that quite so quickly. Thankfully, they're quite different, so getting some separation between the two should be doable.
I've recently read both Jim Butcher's Changes and Kim Harrison's Black Witch Sanction. They're probably my favourite urban fantasy authors (no, I'm not my own favourite UF author. That would be sad and egotistical), mostly because of the way they mix action, settings that are a little bit different, and a healthy dose of humour in the right places.
Finally, Witch Hunt, the sequel to my urban fantasy novel Searching, has been copy edited prior to publication. I don't have a release date for it yet, but I'm sure one will be along, so watch this space.