The initial entries for Octave Thanet's stories in her first two collections, A Knitter in the Sun and Otto the Knight are up on the OTP page. I will add to these as I read articles and dissertations later that also discuss individual stories. I'm working on categorizing things well enough that the site will be easy for researchers to use and that will help people keep up with the chronology, themes, and so on.
I'm about 1/2 way through the first draft of the WIP. If you follow me on Facebook, you likely have guessed that cult indoctrination is a major theme in this novel. The fallibility of memory is also a major theme. The main characters continue to evolve and develop, and I'm slowly untangling knots. There's been a good bit of research involved for this one, as I want to be sure I present a believable and relatable story.
I did some editing work a while back for Emma Wallis, and I saw that her book This is Not a Love Storywas a finalist for a Lesfic Bard Award. Be sure to check the book out. Bonus: Emma's novel and all of mine are in Kindle Unlimited, so if you have that subscription you can read our books without paying extra.
I have reviewed a couple of books this year over at Reedsy Discovery. Because I was also doing research for the WIP and on Octave Thanet, as well as doing some reading for a competition as a judge, I have been pretty choosy about what I review over there this year.
The old project (tentatively titled Long Weekend) is on a back burner (technically, it's on the back of the stove, not even on a burner) until the WIP first draft is fully done.