People sometimes talk about whether their novels tend to be plot-driven or character-driven, although I was also thinking some could be setting-driven as well, and possibly driven by other elements I can't think of. So I'm posting this out of curiosity: are most of your works plot-driven, character-driven (or something else), and why would you say that or why do you think that is? This can mean what you start with or what your strongest elements in your novels are or however else you want to interpret what "plot vs character driven" means. Personaly, my stories tend to be character-driven. Even if I start with a plot, my plots always revolve around my characters and I'm better at developing characters than plots. Sometimes I can create great characters who are deep and interesting but I have trouble making them interact or do interesting things. I've always been fascinated by people (psychology, sociology, anthropology...you name it), which might be why I love writing about people, but sometimes I get too nervous about writing tricky topics which might be why I'm hesitant to let my characters do interesting enough activities, hence stronger characters, weaker plots. Curious to see what others have to say on this topic!