Katharine E. Wibell

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From a very young age, stories and storytelling pursued me like a child’s imaginary friend. I created make-believe characters for every toy that my sister and I owned. Each had an individual personality, back-story, hopes, dreams, and reason for being. The villains were even more intriguing than the heroes and heroines. Why were they so evil? Had something horrible happened to them in their past? How were they connected to their victims? But enough of teddy bears and beanie babies!

Like many children, I was drawn to animals. After my first puppy, I never looked back. My family lived in a rural area and frequently fostered abandoned dogs and orphaned kittens. In time, I learned to care for, show, and judge dairy heifers; raised exotic breeds
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Katharine E. Wibell I am currently working on two different series. One will be an adventure fantasy for readers of the Young Adult genera. The other will be a novella se…moreI am currently working on two different series. One will be an adventure fantasy for readers of the Young Adult genera. The other will be a novella series for Adults that is based on Nordic mythology. (less)
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Katharine E. Wibell Hello Morgan,

I decided early on that I would like to be an author who encourages others to use their imagination when it comes to the endings of books…more
Hello Morgan,

I decided early on that I would like to be an author who encourages others to use their imagination when it comes to the endings of books. Personally, I dislike stories that tie everything up in a proverbial bow. I want readers to dream and fantasize about what will happen to their favorite characters after the ending. Do they settle down or have their real adventures just begun? In the end, I like to write stories that I would enjoy. So to answer your question, I do not intend to write a 5th book in the future though a prequel or two might appear down the line.


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Suada: Goddess of Lust and Seduction

The Theriomorphs believe not only in a deity that represents love but also a second deity who embodies the darker sides of desire including lust and seduction. This division is not commonly found in world mythologies but is applicable to the religion of the shape shifters in The Incarn Saga.

Suada and her twin brother Shennue were born from a vile act—the rape of the goddess, Slypher, by the God of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 04, 2019 08:13 Tags: aphrodite, diety, fantasy, freya, goddess, lust, mythology, pantheon, rati, seduction, writing
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