Subverting Audience Expectations - A Guest Post by Thriller Author, Jim Heskett

I'm deeply involved in the Indie industry. Editing, Writing, Book and Cover Design, Marketing... I love helping authors publish high quality books. To be honest, I have no patience for those who don't even try. See, I love to read. The first picture of me holding a book, I was in the crib! So, sloppy books offend me on a personal level. To me, it's no different than serving spoiled food in the restaurant.

Today on my desk, I have multi-published, award winning author, Jim Heskett. I love his books and my favorite is Wounded Animals, Book 1 of The Whistleblower Trilogy.

If you like edge-of-your-seat thrillers, make sure to visit Jim's website and get 2 FREE BOOKS! After you read this, ok? Don't get too excited! 

I'm going to give Jim this page now.



Subverting Audience Expectations






You might not think of the creator of Beavis and Butthead as being a master storyteller. That's fair. But, if you haven't seen Mike Judge's new show Silicon Valley, I would strongly recommend you check it out. It's chock full of excellent examples of Try/Fail cycles and subverting tropes. 

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