What this is:
The first thing I do as I prepare myself mentally to write the next The Gospel of Wolves book is figure out what’s going on with the antagonists and the secondary characters that are going to help drive the story.
A lot of readers of the book remark how the story is deep and all of the characters feel well formed. This is why. I don’t just put people in the room, I know why they’re there and what they’re after.
One of the biggest examples of this is Gaelle Miranda Hirsch. Her and her family were some of the first characters I created, but you only meet her briefly in the first book. That brief introduction though will turn into a major plot line in season 2 though.
This is both the stories lurking beneath the surface of The Gospel of Wolves first season and documentation of my process as I use fiction, music, fine art, poetry and just about anything else I can think of as prompts to help inform the stories I share with you.