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WDYT? You don't have to do all of the names if there are too many. :)
Ralph, Rain, Roy, Reed, Rowan, Roscoe, Rhys/Reese, River, Raymond, Russet, Roland, Rupert, Riley, Reeve, Ronan, Reuben, Robert/Robin, Remus, Rufus, Ryan, Roman, Roger, Rocket, Rio, Remington,...
WDYT of Jameson on a boy?
WDYT of Belinda?
Coming back with another good series: Seekers by Erin Hunter. If you like xenofiction (basically, fiction centering on animals) then you'll love those books.
I'm reading "Libriomancer" by Jim Hines and it's...pretty good. I can't say it's amazing, but I would recommend it! My favorite novel ever (which hasn't varied since I was ten or eleven :p ) is...
February 19th, 2015, 06:40 PM
....sorry for stating my opinion. I don't view it the way you people do, I guess.
February 18th, 2015, 07:41 PM
I don't like when someone asks about a different spelling and this happens:
WDYT of Finlee?
I love Finley!
I call it 'human autocorrect', and it annoys me to no end. Unless stated ("Do you...
February 18th, 2015, 07:37 PM
I haven't read any Hemingway except The Old Man and the Sea. I absolutely hated it the first time, but after re-reading it, I think it's pretty good.
1. I've been trying to write a dystopian novel for over a year now (more if you count the terrible version that I tried to create before I even knew what the genre was called :p )
2. I have...
February 15th, 2015, 08:15 AM
The opposite happened to me a week ago: I asked around at my local bookstore to find out if a sci-fi novel from the 50's is in print or readily available.. Of course, it's not, and of course, it...
I'm sure no one wants me to post my long list, because it's currently at over 1,000 names. :D Most are GPs, used for characters.
February 13th, 2015, 06:20 PM
A year or two ago (when I first got into names), I would've agreed with you. I still do, sort of, but I don't mind a few androgynous names.
I'd read that story/book if it were published someday. :)
Anyway, some of my favorite trendy names are Madisyn, Finlee, and Cataleya (last one=real name, but it fits a lot of trends)
Gideon's a good name, but Dean is AMAZING. Also, it's a family name for you, so....
February 13th, 2015, 05:05 PM
Lucia/Lucy: Love it if Lucia is pronounced loo-SEE-uh.
Marina/Ina--Love Marina, don't really like Ina
Elena/Ella--Elena is okay, and I like Ella
Josefina--I strongly prefer Josephine...
February 13th, 2015, 12:17 PM
Rosemary--I like it.
Eówyn--Prefer it without the accent mark.
Primrose--I love it, but Prim is too tied to THG.
(these are all girls' names: )
February 11th, 2015, 09:43 AM
1. Pop-culture names that are heavily tied to the book/movie/fandom in question. (ex: Katniss)
2. Number names (this should be obvious, but Seven is an example)
3. Names that no one in your country...
As @daisypiperblue said it's hard not to think of the evil character (President Snow), but I also love the name.
All in all, I think The Hunger Games series will be remembered for awhile because...
Say: I want to tell you, you picked out amazing names!
Think: I'm not kidding. Some of the combos are NMS, but together they're great.
These are my sons Philip and Jonathan.
The things @lumen described are happening to me, too. I thought it was because of something else that's been going on w/ my computer....I was logged off a few times, and when I tried to log back in,...
February 8th, 2015, 08:22 AM
Yes, all the time! Sometimes it's just that they're not a nice person, but sometimes a good relative's name ends up being NMS--my father is a great man, but his name is Nicholas, which I hate. :/
Long story short, I converted all the combos on my list into boy/boy or girl/girl sibsets because I was bored.....and now that I think about it, some of the names that worked well as first/middle...
Thanks. :) I'm kind of surprised at how positive the reactions are as of now! *bump*
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