The most exciting item, from my perspective, is this:
The Magick Book pendant from Stephanie Burgis's A Most Improper Magick/Kat, Incorrigible. You can buy the pendant on its own, or, if you act fast, with a signed copy of A Most Improper Magick.
So, yes, that's what's been happening in jewelry world for me. As far as writing, goes, I'm working on a short story right now, an feeling like those ten years I've been trying and failing to write short stories are starting to pay off. I kinda sorta know what I'm doing and hope to produce another publishable piece. The novel project I had I've shelved for the moment to see if I can do some more, sellable, short stories.
Ten years ago, I graduated from Clarion West and the plan was to start selling short stories to the major markets and thus get a little attention, maybe have an agent ask if I had a novel. Five years later, my writers group in New Mexico convinced me to turn back to novels, since my short stories were really awful. My novels weren't fantastic either, but they got me on a first name basis with some agents and editors. Then I sold a novel to a small press, and discovered it wasn't worth it to publish with a company I didn't trust or respect.
And somewhere along the way, my subconscious figured out how to do short stories. Sort of. I hope. Now I find myself back where I was ten years ago, wondering if I can build up my reputation by selling short stories. We shall see.