For now, the books I've decided to move forward are A Year with the Harrisons; City of the Invaders; Bellevere House; and of course the upcoming The Prince's Ball. "Keep" is a relative term, inasmuch as de-emphasizing the other titles doesn't mean they are unpublished or eliminated. I put work into each one for a good reason and all will remain available on Amazon (and Facets of Fantasy; Ryan and Essie; and The Test of Devotion will also be wide on other platforms.)
But these 5 books are the ones that draw the most attention and have consistently done so. A Year with the Harrisons has always had a spot in people's attention, and whether I like it or not, Bellevere House was viewed as interesting for its place within the overall VJA collection. City of the Invaders has kept a very under-the-radar, but very consistent following, and all promotional mention of The Prince's Ball seems to indicate a level of excitement.
On the other hand The Birthday Present and Consuela have had lukewarm reactions, The Test of Devotion was in general rejected, and Ryan and Essie--in spite of its imaginative ideas--is the only book of mine to have never sold even one paid copy. That baffles me, but it's true. Facets of Fantasy is a bit harder to gauge because there was a lot of interest in it at first, but I wasn't sure what the interest consisted of and it might have worn off for a book that's a decade old. I also got so much vagueness in reactions to The Amulet of Renari that I'm not done dealing with it, because I don't know how it fell on readers.
And there will be more updates.
I've always been a writer. Author of 9 published books. Most recently published A Year with the Harrisons, a variation on Little Women. Next year will be publishing The Prince's Ball, a futuristic fairy-tale adventure.