I am currently preparing for National Novel Writing Month (November) and also for a trip to upstate New York for the World Fantasy Convention. I'm leaving in eight days, and I must remember to publish the paperback version of Sword and Sorceress 30 really early next Monday morning. I am thankful that the Kindle and Nook editions are available for pre-order, so that they will be published without any further effort on my part.
Michael Spence and I have our story "Dark Speech" in Sword and Sorceress 30; it's the eleventh in our "Treasures of Albion" series. December brings Mercedes Lackey's next Valdemar anthology, Crucible, which has my story "A Bellowing of Bullfinches." My work always seems to get published just in time for Christmas.
I don't have any conventions scheduled after World Fantasy Con. Given that the last year and a half has contained a trip to London, two trips to Salt Lake City, and three trips to New York, I think I'll be just as glad to stay home for a while. I'm a horrible traveler anyway.