Not in this case. Not in any way, shape or form is what you are describing attributable to these books. People could and will read these books a hundred times and not catch on to many of the meanings, nuances, foreshadowings, and details hidden here. But once you do, there can be no question that, at the least, the vast majority of them are intentional.
Originally Posted by s271
Allow me illustrate one of the extremely minor examples, so as not to spoil anything of substance:
From the middle of TNotW in regards to Denna, "The months had changed her. Where before she had been pretty, now she was lovely as well". It's a nice line, but it doesn't mean anything of significance, right? Until we get to nearly the end of WMF, and we find out that
Denna had been braiding the word "Lovely" into her hair in Yllish knots. Kvothe hadn't been able to read Yllish knots previously, but as soon as he did, then he was able to make the connection. Then, we as the readers are able to look back and, as we try to figure Denna out, know that she must have learned this during the period where the first quote is from and her meeting with Kvothe previous. We can then infer that during Denna's absence in this time she was either in Yll, or had studied with someone who was learned in this subject. Which is itself informative, as we know from Kvothe's dialogue that there are few remaining who can write Yllish knots.
Is this incredibly important knowledge for we readers? Probably not, but it gives us a bit more information. And again, this is only a very minor example based on a line that almost no one would have looked at and thought to have meaning. There are many, many, many much more significant examples throughout both books, and I'm sure that there are more that we won't be able to understand until Book 3.