Daisy: You’ve often spoken about preferring to write Character Driven stories as opposed to Plot Driven ones. Could you describe the difference between them and what they actually mean, please? Because your characters need to have something to do – plot points – so what makes it character driven rather than plot driven?
Jeckisa Lynn: You and Ladyholder talked in that episode about how Harry is different in Courting Hermione Granger vs. other stories, particularly Soulmate Bond due to the influence of his mother in the former. How do you think John Sheppard and his brothers would be different if their mother hadn't died while they were young? Or if Patrick remarried while they were still growing up? How would it impact their relationships with each other and with Patrick? I know in Ties That Bind he has been with Jonah for a long time, but to my memory he began that relationship when the boys were older. Also, the influence of a woman parent is in some ways just fundementally different (no better or worse obviously, just different).
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