A Story Is Driven By Characters, Not Plot

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2 thoughts on “A Story Is Driven By Characters, Not Plot”

  1. Totally agree. After all, aren’t we telling the character(s)’ story? Let them live it, and tell it as they see themselves in the drama. So many successful series were/are driven by characters the reader (or watcher) can rely on. Sherlock Holmes, for example. Katniss Everdeen. Lisbeth Salander, Hari Seldon and his foil, R. Daneel Olivaw. If a story is not driven by its characters then one may as well just read newspapers.

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