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Healer’s Curse Video

By Kathrese McKee | Feature , Video

Periscope, Healer's Curse

In which I read the first chapter of  Healer’s Curse.Awhile back, I attempted to read Chapter One of Healer’s Curse on Periscope. The first take didn’t go well, and I stopped the broadcast after about a minute. Take Two cut off midway through the broadcast, but I didn’t know it until I viewed the replay. Augh! Don’t […]

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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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The Story Behind Healer’s Curse

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

My readers are looking forward to Mardan’s Anointed, Book Two of the Mardan’s Mark series, but I wrote a novella first. So why did I do it? Why postpone progress on Mardan’s Anointed to write a novella? Simple. Healer’s Curse is a companion work to the first book that needed to be published before Book […]

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