Special Edition: Who is Your Favorite Villian? Hop from LiteraryAddicts.com


And what’s he then that says I play the villain?” ~Shakespeare

We readers know you can’t have good without evil, and thus all our tales end up with a hero and a villain…until they don’t.  Are there any stories you’ve read where there was not such a clear distinction between hero and villain?  For me, the best protagonists make us admit that we all have a bit of both, though we hope to pursue the good.

My favorite recent addition to the world of villainy is Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin from Once Upon a Time.  And to explain without spoilers, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to this beastly trickster.  He has some nasty habits and selfish tendencies, but he always has love for his son.



To enter for a chance to win an ebook of your choice, up to $1.99 (Amazon only at this time,) comment below with your own favorite villain and where they can be found.  Must be a follower of the blog, bonus points for Twitter and Facebook.
Giveaway will end February 20th, the last day of the blog hop.




Featured Villains-

Bonnie R. Paulson – Maria’s come out to Play

John O’Riley – The Valituras

Pauline Creeden – Villian or AntiHero? Brad Harris from Sanctuary

Tawdra Kandle – Notes from the Asylum: Nell Speaks

Jill Cooper –Morach, Interrupted


Enter to win a Stamped Villain Bracelet & 3 ecopies of Grimm’s Fairy Tales

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Must be 18+ Bracelet open to US residents and ebook open to wherever you can receive Amazon ebooks. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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8 thoughts on “Special Edition: Who is Your Favorite Villian? Hop from LiteraryAddicts.com

  1. I like Malficenr, from the recent movie of the same name. She definitely isn’t all bad, although I really wanted to dislike her.

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  2. Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter series. What a horrible, HORRIBLE woman! If I could have reached through a book and strangled someone, it would’ve been her. Even over Bellatrix and Voldemort!!

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