Well it's about bloody time.
I kid, I kid but honestly, I have never seen an award that suited me more.
I have a fairly dark sense of humor, I always seem to fall in love with villains and antiheroes alike.
There are rules, but in the honor of being evil you can look them up, because I won't be posting them here. The creator of the tag is Kate a very un evil name but I digress.
The lovely Mary Katherine tagged me for this, you should check out her blog it's fantastic!
Now onto the questions, I suppose this will be a plethora of sass and gifs. If that doesn't sound like your cup of tea, feel free to skip.
How many characters do you typically kill per book? And how many people have you killed in real life, dear? Do you... feel any remorse about this? I'm concerned about you.
Starting off with the hard ones are we. Not as many as you might think, in terms of developed characters one or two, though to be honest. The count has gone down quite a bit, I no longer do it for shock factor, only if it will benefit the story in some way.
As for real life if I told you that, I would have to kill you.
Do you prefer to use weapons of mass destruction like explosions and famine and world war or more personal torture like killing family, friends, and pets?
*shrug* Why not both.
Are you more like Loki who perpetrates great evil with a creepy grin, or... give me a minute... Darth Vader, who secretly weeps inside his... fake head, whilst destroying the world.
Didn't even have to think. On another note, I think Loki and I would make a perfect power couple.
What is the most dastardly crime you have ever committed as a writer?
He he, probably the time I cut off my main character's head out of pure spite. Threw the page at my mother, and told her he was dead. She freaked out, until I told her I could simply rewrite it.
What kind of chocolate do you most like to devour as you burn things? White, milk, semi-sweet, or dark. Bonus points if you are so evil you find unsweetened cacao palatable!
Since I have a terrible allergy to milk, dark chocolate is my poison of choice. It also pairs well with blood.
What is your villainous title? You may not have "Evil Overlord" because that one is mine.
Too be honest naming oneself is a foux pas. If your good, the people will name you.
Which one of your characters would actually be a match for you if you were to duke it out one on one?
Oh this is a hilarious question. I'm thinking Belle probably, and William if he was fairly drunk.
Do you wear a cape? Face paint? A mask? Special underpants? Or do you hide in plain sight like Moriarty? Give me details!
There is no in between, though to be honest. My cape is a blanket and my eyeliner is always sharp enough to cut.
How do you react when you kill off a character who is dear to you? Do you laugh evilly out loud? Do you chuckle under your breath and quickly glance around for your next victim? Do you go weep in the corner like you just lost your best friend? Or do you just shrug indifferently?
I laugh evilly of course.
If you had to chose a fictional character ( from books, movies, etc.) to sum up your villainous style as an evil writer, who would it be? Why?
Okay so I'm actually going to get a bit deep with this one. I could just name any old villain, but I'm actually going to give one that I actually relate to on a much deeper level. You won't really understand this unless you've seen her character arc in The Flash but Caitlin Snow aka Killer Frost is a perfect example, of what I would be like as a super villain.
I relate to her alot as a character, and it translates in my writing. I always write my villains with a sympathetic side, or a strong reason for their behavior. I try to humanize them a bit.
Do you believe in killing off main characters, or are they your smol precious babies whom you can't even fathom laying a hand (or a steel tipped ax) upon? (#whimpyevilwriter)
None of my characters are safe, if it works for the story and is needed I will do it. Plus three of my characters are technically undead anyway.
Have you ever chickened out of your evilness and tried to resurrect a fallen character whom you have already brutally murdered? Or do you–as they say–let the sleeping skeleton lie?
Like I said three are undead, I have a ghost, vampire, and a zombie. So is that a yes?
When murdering a character, do you often describe it in cringe-worthy detail, or do you prefer to say “SPLAT! He’s dead”, and be done with it? (Bonus Question: have you ever actually said “SPLAT! He’s dead” in one of your writing projects?)
I would like to think it's not cringe worthy, but I do like to give some detail. Like I'm not afraid of writing about blood and such.
Ha ha I should!
I hope you all enjoyed this I tag
and whoever else would like to do it.