I have to send Duncan a brief paragraph on a third aqua erotica book, a blurb that they can use to try to convince Random House that they want to do another (the second book did fine, but not nearly as well as the first, so it's unclear whether there'll be a third). I also have a pile of promotional stuff to do for the choose-your-own books -- talking to the guy who did the website for the books, for example, and trying to schedule a lunch with the books' publicist when I'm on the East Coast (for my sister's graduation). The website looks pretty good, actually, with nice excerpts from both books -- I think I might try to convince them to take the excerpt slightly further, so that readers actually have the experience of choosing a path. But that may be difficult with the sort of interface they appear to have set up. We'll see.
And aside from that...well, there's this YA novel dare that I sort of signed up for, and this other novel that I've vaguely been thinking about, and of course there's my dissertation project that needs work, and I have a pile of rejections to process (Yale Review, etc.) and stories to send out again -- so I think I'd best get back to actually being a writer, instead of just a grad student. It's more fun. :-)