Don't you think you're over-planning a little? Don't get me wrong, I GET the desire to put a lot of work out there. Ever since I was a kid, I've had plans for novels, screenplays, plays, video games, comics, etc. At any given time, I'd have at least half a dozen projects I wanted to work on, but I was all plan, no product. And focusing on so many things meant that none of them were getting the time and effort they deserved.
Take my advice; when you're starting out, instead of working on a bunch of half-baked ideas all at once, pick ONE project to dedicate your time to, and put all the others on the back burner. Don't even pick your favorite one. Save that one for when you've had a bit more experience so you can make it the best you can be. After a while, you might be able to juggle multiple projects, but trust me, right now, it's best to work on ONE full-time. That's not to say ignore the others, just don't try to make them all happen at once.
If your Smack Jeeves profile has the correct age, then trust me, you have PLENTY of time to work on a ton of projects. But right now, you're setting yourself up for disappointment.