Hi to all! I am currently writing an epic fantasy novel (no medieval setting), having the outline of the plot finished, I am stuck in the narrative structure. I am using omniscient and my narration starts in media res. My dilemma is about how to describe the events of the past (before the start of narration). One way is flashbacks mostly through dialog but I thought of an another way and I would like to know your opinion on that.. Instead of using flashbacks I am going to use two time-lines, one set in the past and one set in the present. Let me give you the general structure: A story is like A (beginning), B (middle), C (end). My narration starts in B and follows linear progression to C but instead of presenting the events of part A in flashbacks I am going to present them in different chapters up until the last event of part A which is actually the begging of part B. So you'll have for example two chapters of linear progression in part B driving gradually the plot foreword to C followed by a chapter set in A (all the "interrupt" chapters set in A will gradually lead the plot towards the beginning of B). My question is would you like to read a narration like this? Thank you for reading.