By my current count, I have six book-length manuscripts and two novella-length manuscripts in need of homes. Yes, three of the books are sequels so they don't really count, but that's still a lot of books that are just languishing on my harddrive.
Yesterday my employer (a college) closed due to the weather--not much snow, but ice on the roads and no chance of it melting until probably tomorrow afternoon--so I spent most of the day getting manuscripts ready to send off. I mailed two, emailed one. I also went over The Dragon Whisperer, my NaNo book that I thought needed so much work. Turns out it holds up just fine at the length of 41,000 words, so I did some minor revisions and found a small publisher that might want it. I emailed the submission this morning.
I feel good now that I've got some possibilities out there. Now I just need to buckle down and finish the Bell-Men rewrites before the world ends in 2012 or whatever, because if I can get the rewrite done correctly and then the edits, I think this one will nab me an agent. Of course, I thought the same thing about The Taste of Magic last year and no one wants it, but, well, that was last year.