Well, I'm on summer-school. I've got two week left out of 6. I've written the first drafts of two novels and will use the next two weeks to get the fictional one hammered ready for a final edit. The travel book is no problem, that can be edited in evenings, non-fiction is easy. So in a few weeks, my decks are clear and I can work on a new book. I've got four lined up to choose from. 1) I wrote 20 years ago and it's ready for getting up to date. It's an epic sci-fi opera about politics, androids, immortals and a man who might be the living incarnation of satan. 2) A modern sci-fi using weird science as a way to tell a convoluted murder mystery. I can't really say more without ruining it. This one is complex and will take a long time to draft out. I explained it to a friend and he asked me to stop talking as it was giving him a headache. 3) Do you remember 'Streethawk'? I loved it as a kid. It was like Knight Rider but with a bike. I'd like to write a tongue in cheek drama/mystery/comedy that more or less re-invents this idea of a man being given a super-bike that solves crimes. It's just such a brilliantly stupid idea. I have a new plot, new characters and new style in mind and won't use the name, obviously. 4) I'm two thirds the way into a spy story told in the 1st person perspective. It's fun but I stopped writing it once and probably should go back and finish. It has no sci-fi elements though, which sort of put me off. So what sounds more fun?