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I’ve always enjoyed reading, and now I get the pleasure of reading to my daughter, Abigail. It’s a staple part of the Cudmore bedtime routine.
I admit that some of the stories aimed at a very young audience can hardly be described as ‘page-turners.’ It’s fairly obvious what’s going to happen next, and character development and story arc are, at best, limited.
But they share one thing. They have a narrative flow. The story is logical and for kids books, mostly very linear in nature.
Why do Narrative Podcasts work so well?
Creating a podcast that has a well thought out narrative flow can make your podcast stand out from the crowd. This episode of Podcraft explains who benefits and why.