If I tell you that I’ve always wanted to be a book villain, I may sound a little crazy. But you’ve been here before, so it’s not like that’s saying anything new.
To begin: Choose 6 books (the original tag says to pick them at random, while Kathryn chose the last six books she read) and get out your ipod (or other music listening device). Prepare yourself.
Your new, villainous name: Every good villain needs a name that inspires awe and fear. Pick one of your six books at random. Flip it open and pick the first adjective you see. Then, look at your bookshelf and pick the first noun you see from all the covers. Put the adjective and noun together. That’s your name.
As much as I might like to use “graveside” as my adjective, by context, that’s a noun. Instead, I have to go with “little.”
A glance at my book shelves and I become…
… the Little Raven. (This smile on my face is the dictionary definition of ‘glee’.) Continue reading