I’m being followed by a fore-shadow. Fore-shadow-fore-shadow! (See video to make sense of this gibberish.)
Unlike moon shadows, a fore-shadow can’t follow you because it comes FIRST. In their early chapters, classic novels tend to foreshadow events to come. The use of literary devices like foreshadowing is a sign of a well-planned plot and sometimes, true literary genius. So as long as you know what foreshadowing means (click the link to increase your knowledge base), write a question about it.
Remember the program:
- Include the title of your book
- Write a question that’s challenging
- Write it with good spelling and grammar, so it doesn’t need to be edited before being published
- Answer your own question