This week on the podcast we discuss The Blackthorn Key by Kevin Sands and the story structure concept of pinch points.
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We review The Blackthorn Key, the first book is a fabulous Blackthorn Key Adventure series by Kevin Sands. For this week’s story structure lesson, Sue explains what a pinch point is.
You also get an entertaining rundown of Britain’s Restoration era from amateur historian, Nora. Incidentally, the art featured above for this episode is a Nora original in watercolor pencil. The gentleman William III (a nephew of Charles II).
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- The audiobook version of The Blackthorn Key is excellent.
- If you want to learn more about pinch points and a four-act structure for stories, I highly recommend the work of Larry Brooks. You can see a list of his books at the Story Fix website.
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