Overall, I'd say the past 12-13 months were good for writing.
"Callis" (last late October-early November)
"The Traveling Companion" (last November to January, I think, maybe December)
"My Fair Donor" (February, which later came out in May)
My Seamonkey Romance (October-November of this year).
Also, I got a draft of my First Story that stuck. The file's creation date for Chapter 1 is September 20, 2012. The file, I think, is a little older than that, but that's when it got moved to my jump drive. So, September is when the draft actually stuck.
Here's how it played out. I write short, which is not good for writing fantasy (or any other genre when you want to write novels). On the one hand, I can tell a story in a few thousand words. On the other, there's very little between short stories and novels. Or there was when I first started writing in '05.
However, I'm stuck.
I've written about 60k for it. 30k for chapters 1-12, and the ending. There's still some chapters in there that need writing between chapter 12 and the ending. I have another 30k for backstory. (Hey, it's fantasy; plenty span a few years. Also, I'm still treating this story like a first draft.) Some will go into the novel proper, the rest will go into a file so I can keep the story straight.
Okay, I won't lie, it's all getting stuck on there and I'll cut after I've written 80k for this story. Maybe 90k. Just so I can prove to myself I can do it. Not in order perhaps, but I can write a full length novel amount of words in one draft.