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Secondary Characters Are Important Too

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

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Secondary characters are important cast members to a story. They provide realism, conflict, peer pressure, and comic relief. Abbeesi, Lady Elilan’s assistant in Healer’s Curse, provided a source of conflict between Elilan and her chief rival, Pearl. Abbeesi added richness to the story because she turned out to be an endearing person in her own […]

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Meet the Characters: Aldan

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

Meet Aldan, Pirate Slave Today, I’m interviewing Aldan, one of the main characters in Mardan’s Mark. At the beginning of the story, he is nineteen. That is, he thinks he’s nineteen. He can’t actually remember anything from before he was abducted by Captain Rozar, master of the Cathartid, the most feared pirate ship to sail […]

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