Sunday Musings for 26 October – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

LightPainting2This week, Chris has asked the Muse It Up authors about their favourite villains:

Hey there, Musers!
What is your favourite villain? Think Dracula. Think Hannibal Lector. Think the jealous husband/wife.
Type of villain…paranormal, psycho, spur-of-the-moment
And…why?
This was tricky, as I don’t like villains but here’s my answer:

I think there’s something wrong with me! I don’t like villains at all. The only sort of villain I could appreciate is a person who at first appeared to be a villain and later turns out to be a good guy. The character who came to mind, is Robin Hood, which is interesting because I see that two other Musers have given the Sheriff of Nottingham as their favourite villain!
I don’t like nasty people, so I don’t like reading about them but I look forward to reading the other Musers’ posts too as I feel I’m missing out on something!

If you’d like to read the other musings, click here to go to Sunday Musings.

Of course, stories have to have villains and ‘Daffodil and the Thin Place’ is no different – even if I don’t like them. The villain in ‘Daffodil’ is someone who one would normally trust, which makes his actions more reprehensible. Who is he and what does he do? You can find out here on the Muse It Up Publishing website. #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

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