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I am a husband and a father of one (with another on the way). I'm a writer, and I also love Go (the game). Currently, my full-time job is in a factory in Wisconsin, but that's definitely not the longterm plan.
How does one implement effective foreshadowing?
Your comments are definitely helpful for an omniscient third-person viewpoint, or even a first-person "memoir" of sorts, but considering that the most popular viewpoint today (and the one I write in the most) is limited third-person, I wonder especially how one effectively foreshadows from that viewpoint. Saying something like "He'd never taste the whiskey again" definitely jumps out of the limited view.