Brandon Sanderson Lecture 13: Thriller Plotting (6/7)





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Published on Jul 2, 2012

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Write About Dragons
This is the last one man. Sad, I know. 
Christie Powell
I love that he's thinking about the deeper questions like glorifying violence and distracting people from their lives. And that he's not preaching that he has an answer to those questions. --Christie V Powell, author of The Spectra Unearthed
I wish the questions from the class were easier to hear....:( These lectures are soooo awesome. Thank you!
John Mclean
Good stuff—but actual content about writing thrillers doesn’t start till 4:30
A denouement (pronounced day-noo-maun) is the part of a story that follows the climax and leads to the conclusion. The French word means "untying. The denouement is the resolution or outcome of a story. The winding down of a story is also referred to as the falling action, which comes immediately after the climax. In non-literary terms, the denouement is the end result of a given situation. 
David Bankson
He keeps saying something starting at 5:44, but I have no idea what it is...sounds like "dane and wah"?? Any idea?
This is NOT TRUE. I've pulled all nighters to read most of his books
Mike McGarry
Great stuff! Would like to see more. 
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