Foreshadowing is a pivotal literary device seen across all genres of writing in one shape or form. It can be used in several ways to interact with characters, plot, and even the reader. It is a tool the author uses to build suspense and sometimes mislead a reader through words, phrases, characters, plot and the world. There are several reasons and ways to include foreshadowing in your story by using characters, word choices and more.
In this workshop we will cover:
*The definition of foreshadowing
*Reasons to use it
*How to use it
*The end result
Q&A session at the end.
*$15 discount when you mention on social media and email your link to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Workshop cost = $25 after discount!)
About the Instructor:
Valerie Willis is a sixth-generation Floridian who launched her first book, Cedric the Demonic Knight, at the start of 2014 on Amazon.com. Since then, she has been a go-to source for Self-publishing, Typesetting for print and digital formats, writing mentor, as well as continuing to release her own novels. She is well known for The Cedric Series, a high rated Fantasy Romance Series, where she pulls in a melting pot of mythology, folklores, history and more. Her storytelling is filled with a remarkable amount of foreshadowing and is well known for its character growth and engaging dialogue. Currently, she is a Typesetter for Independent Publishers Grimbold Books and Kristell Ink out of the UK for many of their authors such as Joel Cornah, Kate Coe, and more.