Guest blogger Brooke Cussans shows some different ways you can approach nature names, straight on (River, Rose) or more subtly (Daphne, Paloma).
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Brooke Cussans offers some nature names you certainly won’t hear every day: which of them do you think are usable? Tigerlily? Wolfgang?
Pop culture is filled with alliterative names, as in all these examples supplied by Brook Cussans. Some people like them for their snap and memorableness, others don’t. Where do you stand?
Brooke Cussans offers a massive menu of “earthy” names–in all the permutations of the word.
How would you go about creating a pop star persona for yourself? Here are five sure-fire methods, courtesy of Brooke Cussans. (And you guess who’s in the illustration–before she took on her now-famous name?)
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