I'm doing final corrections on Alien Vows, getting it ready for launch, but I stopped to take stock of my "stack" of manuscripts. I put the word in quotes because the stack is digital; the books exist only as files on my hard drive.
I have been writing seriously since 1992, but I didn't start self-publishing until 2011. Since then I have published nine (soon to be ten) novels and one novella.
The unpublished novels list looks like this:
Bag of Tricks
The Return of Magic
This Nameless World
Child of the Sand (very rough draft)
Science Fiction Romance
Alien Skies (Book 3 of the Wakanreo series)
Ice and Fire
YA Science Fiction
Nomads (or possibly Nomads of Menkar 7)
Playing with Fire -- partial m.s.
The next one in line to publish will undoubtedly be Alien Skies because I want to finish the Wakanreo series. After that I need to decide which direction I want to go. I might alternate, and do a fantasy next and then a science fiction romance, and then repeat. This Nameless World will probably go to the bottom of the list because it's currently at 240,000 words, the longest book I ever wrote. That's about twice as long as most of my novels, but I don't think I can split it into two books because there's no resolution point in the middle of the book.
In contrast, I have also written six short stories. It's not that I was trying to write mostly novels;it's that the stories that started in my head were mostly novels. Go figure!