The Two Halves of the First Plot Point – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

The First Plot Point is one of the most important turning points within the entire structure of story.

As with all of the major structural beats, the idea of a “turning point” offers the inherent concept of two halves: turning away from one thing/state into another thing/state.

The First Plot Point is often referred to as a threshold or “Door of No Return,” which offers another type of visual metaphor to represent the native two-sidedness of all the major structural beats.

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