Even though 2018 has brought nine art exhibitions/events, a new shop platform, new commissions and a book fusing my fine art with my fiction in a way I’ve never done before, I’ve spent the past four months shaping what I want out of 2019.
Foremost right now and part of the reason I’ve been more quiet than usual the past few months, is a huge focus on finishing the first season of my book The Gospel of Wolves, Episode One.
I’ve hired a consultant with 40 years of experience to give me notes on the pages I’m writing to bring this story home.
Now that I have someone backing me up with massive amounts of experience, I feel free to push my ambitions for this tale to their furthest limit with the knowledge that there’s someone whose vast knowledge of storytelling will help me shape the book into the powerful, moving tale I envisioned.
Naturally, next year will see new art collections as well, but for the next two months, the bulk of my time will be wrapping my head around the vast story world I’ve created and bringing “The Gospel of Wolves, A Season of Sunder”, home.
What this will look like ultimately, I can’t say and my consultant said that this book might be best served traditionally published based on the first five chapters, but we’ll see. Either way, 2019 looks to be an insanely creative new year.