Author K.M. Weiland Announces Story Structure Analysis Database
If you've ever studied story structure, you may be aware that there are many systems (The Hero's Journey, Save the Cat, Dramatica, etc.). These systems have been used to analyze many stories, but the analyses are often described in blog posts, YouTube videos, publications, etc. They're not centrally indexed and finding them through Google searches can be hit or miss.
Author recently unveiled a new story structure database oriented to her analysis method. It analyzes both movies and books by laying out the most important plot points (inciting incident, hook, first plot point, pinch points, climax, etc.) The database is small but Weiland hopes it will be expanded over time to offer thousands of analyses. What could make this possible is that she has thrown open the chance for anyone to offer their insights for any particular book or movie.
Such a centrally-located index of story analyses could offer a valuable learning and teaching tool.
Weiland's methodology is outlined here: http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/secrets-story-structure-complete-series/