So, due to a change of circumstance, I am finding myself with time to pick up on some of my writing projects again, and I am having some small difficulty picking just one to hammer away at. Since my goal is to ultimately offer it to the public, I have decided to crowdsource a little and see if any of them spark any particular interest. The genres are very mixed, and I am finding myself unable to pick a favorite. Would be more than happy to discuss the topic/story ideas below. 1. Low Fantasy story following a "highlander" as he begins his journey into a life of medieval mercenary work. This story is one I have been tinkering with the setting for about 10 years now, getting all the pieces in place to were they "make sense" together. Definitely the deepest world building I have done. 2. High Fantasy story following a knight on adventures. This was inspired by both my history studies and some of the other projects I have worked on. Leaning more towards the Game of Thrones level of high fantasy than full D&D, but I have a long traveling direction for this story. 3. PAW with mountain men starting at a rendezvous. This started as a "what if" argument, and sort of grew a life of it's own. Have about 2 chapters down I think I am going to keep, but I am not sure how much interest it will ultimately draw, the premise being a little odd to most people who have not read any of it. 4. Survival/SHTF/Primitive Living Guide. I ended up going to do some survival training, learned I know a lot more than I thought I did, and I am talking with one of the guest instructors about throwing in with him on some of the courses I had been considering teaching. Currently considering compiling and fleshing out my notes and view points, and making a Guide out of it. I have learned a lot, put a fair number of things into practice, and I would like to share it, and show some different ways to go about some things.