The last book I wrote, Morinda's Desire: A Vampire Story had no plot to start. It began as a simple scene that grew and grew and I let the story evolve as it went along. In the end, I put in a plot to satisfy those who like neat tidy endings, but I think the story itself was fine as it was. Not every story has a beginning, conflict, resolution and end. Some stories are interesting just because of who's in it and how they interact. Cut the red wire or the blue wire? Who gives a crap? I want to know about the person cutting the wire.