The cover was revealed on tor.com yesterday, with sample images from the 122 spreads that make up the story. In their post, you can get a good idea of how some of the copy will lay on the page, even though we're not quite finished with them yet. I’ll include a few paintings here that you may not have seen.
I can tell you that, as the reader, you’ll feel this flow. And like with any novel, you can track backwards to previous pages if something was missed. Or you can just look at the pictures! But I do hope you dive in.
I think this will appeal to most of you Muddy readers. An artist getting to write his own novel, strewn with his own work, is a rare thing. I feel fortunate and I hope the book will do well enough to create interest for other stories by other artists. Namely, you.
I can tough that out, but your word-of-mouth will do more for the book than you might imagine.