Waist deep in the final scene, although there's a chunk in the middle that still needs fleshing out. I've got a placeholder jammed in there which essentially reads: "Bad things happen here. Insert."
This story is well over halfway done but not quite in the homestretch, and it's just shy of 10K words. Doubt it'll overflow from novelette into novella length—especially considering there's vast swaths of utterly raw, unedited prose which are undoubtedly overwrought, overdone, and will need to be ruthlessly slashed, not to mention all the trimming I'll surely want to do to streamline the pacing and plot. Even so, it's still pinging my "Eeep! Too long, too long! Unmarketable!" alarm.
I know in my head that a story should be exactly as long as it needs to be, marketing constraints be damned. But it is an indisputable reality of short fiction that longer is harder to sell. There are fewer markets which accept stories greater than 5K words, and there's a sense of a longer work having to be better than its shorter counterparts in order to earn its space.
It's both frustrating and a shame. I've been finding myself enjoying novelette- and novella-length short fiction more these days, and I appear to be gravitating to writing them too. 'Course, I'm still stymied by that hop from short form to novel, but I'll get there eventually…probably.