I've been writing almost daily for almost all of the past ten years. Most of the writing is anecdotal short stories that I would not publish in entirety and wrote originally to semi-private online journals. There is a lot of essays, poems, and personal reflection in first person, with some random short stories here and there; mostly though, there are manifestos about how I see the world, and how I came to see it that way. There are at least a dozen unfinished manuscripts, some consisting of over 20k to 30k words, and some consisting of a few typed pages and a lot of notes, outlines, character development models, and settings. I have written magical realism, fantasy, romance, erotica, general literature, autobiographical anecdotes, non-fiction, and what I call graphomania; however, all of these manuscripts for novels have been left unfinished. I have a problem with becoming overwhelmed by the attempt to organize my writing as more writing is added. I have issues with maintaining consistency over long-term works. I have issues with not retiring a manuscript and starting a new one when it becomes too overwhelming for me. This is largely due to the fact that I have OCD tendencies that involve compulsive writing. This means that sometimes what I write may be exactly what I wanted, but other time it may be a load of garbage, repetitive shit, obsessive fixation on the same ideas, and invariably, the need to read through documents of passages that need editing, deleting, organizing, and modifying -- and only need more of it with every passage I add. I'm learning to control my graphomania and organizing myself better, that I only write what I plan to write, and only change plans when I'm not writing. I joined this community to aid me, to give me resources, opinions, and input from other writers who may have overcome similar problems that I have with finishing novels. I've decided recently that I'm not allowed to start any new projects until I finish something in my manuscripts folder. I'm looking to publish my first book as an ebook, so talking with anyone involved or experienced with that would be valuable to me. At this point, I'm not interested in sharing my current novel publicly here, but I do look forward to discussions about writing.