You may have noticed that I haven't actually published a book yet. A couple of short-story collections, yes. A novel or novella? No. That's because I can't make my damn mind up. All those shiny ideas want to be written. I decide on one project and then wake up in a cold sweat worrying other the others. Will that idea be better? Does it stand more of a chance of being published? That one's a stupid idea. It will never work. Write the new one.
You get the idea.
I am writing. A little bit of everything at the moment. I actually don't mind writing that way. As one writer friend pointed out, I'll have lots of books ready at the same time. But that's crazy, isn't it? Shouldn't I be concentrating on just one or two projects at the same time? If I continue to have more ideas, won't I just start more projects? Ever heard of a writer balancing ten WIPs in one go? No. Me neither. At least, not a sane writer.
So, I need your advice. What should I do? Continue to work on all of them? Schedule certain days/weeks for each project or choose one or two and get them done?
Ninja Alex and Beaker say, "Help save the damn dirty writer!".