Two More Days of Giveaways! Be FEARLESS and Enter.


FearlessCoverOnly two more days of giveaways! Thank you to all who have participated and congratulations to all who have won books.

I’m often asked about the villains I write. When writing villains I try to keep in mind that they are real people too. There is a reason they turned to evil; at some moment in their life there was a decision made, a turning point happened. That’s what I try to explore. I want to dive deeper into the psyche of the villain, show the reader that under the exterior there is a hurting person there. And if the reader feels some sympathy for the villain, then I’ve done my job.

In FEARLESS, Mitch Albright is one such villain. Wounded, he has chosen the path of destruction and is desperate to get what he craves the most.

Enough of that, now on to the winners from yesterday’s drawing:

MIRROR IMAGE: Jason Sessions
THE LAST HUNT: Nancy (@ciclodiva)
DARKNESS FOLLOWS: Annie VZ
FEARLESS: esdluquillo (Betsy)
FEARLESS: Brian Stansell
FEARLESS: Cathy Groover

Robert DeNiro as Max Cady in the 1991 remake.

Robert DeNiro as Max Cady in the 1991 remake. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Now, for today’s giveaway. All you have to do is leave a comment stating your favorite villain of all time. I don’t care who it is or where he’s from. Favorite villain of all time. Let’s have it. Mine? Max Cady, Robert De Niro’s character in Cape Fear. That guy seriously creeped me out.

Books up for grabs are MIRROR IMAGE, THE LAST HUNT, REARVIEW, FRANTIC, and 2 copies of FEARLESS.

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About mikedellosso

Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

Posted on May 9, 2013, in Christian Fiction, Fearless, Frantic, Giveaways, Mirror Image, Rearview, The Last Hunt and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 36 Comments.

  1. My favorite villain would have to be Lord Voldemort and Marsuvees Black.

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  2. It’s a tossup between Mr. Potter from It’s a wonderful life, and the Joker (from ALL of batman… even though the Dark Knight was one of the best interpretations).

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  3. The Wicked Witch from Wizard of Oz.

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  4. Standout merciless villain? Pennywise, the dancing clown. Eater of worlds, and of children…

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  5. The White Witch in the Chronicles of Narnia

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  6. Hannibal Lechter. I explained why on the FB page. I did it wrong. Is that okay?

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  7. I’ve read Scream and The Hunter – have another one in my “to read” pile. Great author.

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  8. Al Pacino in “The Devil’s Advocate”

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  9. Marsuvees Black!

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  10. Definitely Lord Voldemort

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  11. JoAnn Armstrong

    Jack Nicholson in just about everything he’s ever played, but the Shining in particular.

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  12. I just don’t know. Marsuvees Black does rank right up there.

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  13. Darth Vader! !!!

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  14. I forgot about Loki! I love Loki from Thor! 🙂

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