Irony versus Foreshadowing

Simple post today:

Did you know that the irony of life is really foreshadowing in a book ?

🙂  Ironic, isn’t it?

~ by wanitajump on February 20, 2011.

27 Responses to “Irony versus Foreshadowing”

  1. Hello fellow crusader!

  2. Don’t you just love magic like that?
    Welcome to the crusade.

  3. I had no idea. Just popped on over to introduce myself as a fellow crusader and new follower. I’m off to try challenge # 1 now!

  4. Fellow crusader stopping by to say hi! My mother’s name is Wannetta (pronounced Juanita) May … (first and middle names) … 🙂 Nice to meet you.

    • The chances of someone having the same name!!
      I have dutch parents so my name got the “W” there 🙂
      pronouces same as your moms!

  5. Ha – I like that.

  6. Short and sweet. Thank you for blowing my mind.

    ❤ Gina Blechman (fellow crusader)

    • Nice to meet you!
      Have a great day — short and sweet — that’s all time allows for us once and a while!

  7. Hey there you. I’ve awarded your the “Stylish blogger award”. Stop on by my site to “claim” it when you have a second. I’ve got an amazon gift card giveaway going on for reaching 100 followers -get in on that too!!

    How’s your book comming along? 🙂

    • AWESOME! Ill pop by.. Im so behind! Working on edits for Book II in the Chronicles of Kerrigan… need to get back to Riding Hood!!
      Im popping to your sight!
      Cheers, Wanita

  8. Ooh, love it!!! So simple, and yet so thought-provoking.

    Hope you’re getting heaps out of the Crusade so far 🙂



  9. Hnm. Then what would irony in a book be?

  10. Whoa! That made me think today! Fellow crusader saying “hello!”

  11. Hi there fellow crusader. Irony indeed! However it’s not ironic that I’m off to subscribe to your rss feed. Pleased to meet you.

  12. Oooh! Simple = smart 🙂

  13. I like this statement. It is very enlightening. 🙂

  14. Lightbulb statement!

  15. great statement.

  16. That’s…ironic 😉

  17. Hmm… I think the fact that you posted this and then stayed silent for months is foreshadowing something really big! 😀

    I’m starting up a ‘Critiquing and Supportive Crusaders’ program, where participants in the Second Crusade can find other writers to exchange critiques with or form supportive critiquing circles. If you’re interested, come by The Kelworth Files to check it out!

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