(Note: This post has been updated (1) as of 5:43 PM Eastern on 21 May. See below.)
Well, this is fairly interesting. Here are two bloggers arguing from opposite sides of the work of fiction fence, but who both seem to share the curious notion that the actual writing in a work of fiction is somehow separable or exists apart from the work's story: this blogger by implication (he, in fact, seems to be saying that in a work of fiction, story is not necessary at all), this blogger explicitly.
As it happens, the latter blogger is again harping on a theme he set forth in a post some time ago, and on which post I then made comment, leaving the identity of the blogger anonymous. What I wrote then is pertinent still, and will serve as apposite commentary on the present posts of both bloggers linked above. That commentary can be read here.
Update (5:43 PM Eastern on 21 May): Blogger #1 (Daniel Green) responds.