Your work will too.
You need to designate an executor and an heir for your literary work EVEN if it's not published.
Neil Gaiman is one smart guy. He's also one of the nicest people I've ever met. ( That's saying something cause nice people usually leap on the nearest southbound streetcar when Miss Snark arrives on her broom.)
But back to the cheery subject of your demise.
Neil Gaiman is on a crusade to get writers to write wills. (Told you he was nice).
Here's the link.
Miss Snark may look like death warmed over, but she's provided for KY in the event the broom backfires near a coiffure fire.
thanks to Allison for the linkage and heads up (fire optional)