Ensure the future of your creations.
It's very easy and it's very important. Listen to Neil Gaiman and then use the template his fine legal friend Les Klinger created to give yourself a will.
stories published, or one thin book you don't think anyone read or
would want to republish, fill it out. Sign it and date it in
front of witnesses. Put it somewhere safe. And rest easily in the
knowledge that you may have made some anthologist, or some loved one,
in the future, a bit happier and made their lives a little easier.