I've written one story, and then I decided to take two minor characters and write a story focusing on them over the same time period. Mostly the two plotlines are separate, but they intersect a few times, and their intersections are quite interesting. For one thing, I discovered that the protagonists of the second book really dislike the protagonist of the first book. They don't let this on to him, and I didn't realize this in the first book, but in the second book I realized the first protagonist really disrupted the second protagonists' plans, and just sort of shot down their attempt to compromise. They end up figuring out a workaround, but they're still annoyed. It's an interesting realization, and it could shape future stories in this series. Any of you had a similar experience? Do you find writing the same scene from different perspectives gives you a different view on what happened?