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When you’re foreshadowing something you want to have it earlier in the story and you also want it to be organic.
This week’s show opens with a discussion of Taylor’s plans for Thrillerfest in July, then we get into the topic of foreshadowing in fiction. We’ll start with the basics and then get into some examples of how it can and should work and the impact it can have on your stories.
We finish with a far less conventional use of foreshadowing that Taylor used in a recent book to help to guide reader expectations, specifically to let readers know that something WON”T happen.
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