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Thank you very much for your input, guys! Much appreciated :) *tosses internet cookies*
Oh, yeah, that would help wouldn't it? Sorry about that; this is my first poll and I had no clue on how to do it ;D
Alright, here's some information:
Shaggy brown hair
Poll: Main Character Boy!
My main character boy's name has only been slightly problematic. (Huzzahs all around!) His last name is dependent on which first name is chosen ^_^
Thank you guys so much! One of my friends suggested Marta, and I instantly fell in love. I think I'll call her that, and her brothers will probably call her Marty to spite her a little. I love the...
Well, first off, if it's only loosely inspired by that story, I would suggest changing the name of it, simply to avoid the inevitable copyright infringement problems currently on your horizon. But,...
Definitely Idris and Eos. Those names are spectacular! But, I'm afraid that I would suspect Idris of being the girl and Eos of being the boy (and I don't really know why...). But, so long as you...
Alright, so I've got a new book idea (sort of, still indecisive of the actual plot part of it), and I need a girl's name that is absolutely perfect. I know; tall order, right?
So, what I've...
September 7th, 2013, 11:57 PM
Hm. So far I really like Roberta to Ruby, and I keep going between August, Archer, and Simon. I would so go with River, but I've already had Doctor Who wreck two favorite names for me... Also, that...
September 7th, 2013, 06:08 PM
Just as the title says, I need good names to fit teenagers that are sent to an institutional school because their parents think that they're mentally unstable.
Main character: Original name was...
September Cate Ingalls, nn Emmy it is :) Thanks, everybody!
For a little girl character (around eight-ish). Last name is Ingalls. Red hair, dark eyes, highly ADHD, and talks much too much. Thanks for any opinions! :)
Oh goodness. Go with Emily. No name is so overused as that. Other ones that make me thankful for my parents' creativity:
Kristen, Samantha, Christine, Abigail, Mariah, Dana, Anna, Taylor, Jennifer,...
June 10th, 2013, 10:58 PM
Okay, so I've got a nineteen year old girl that needs naming. Longish brown/red hair, light brown eyes, short and little, very girly, but isn't afraid to punch someone's lights out when...
I think Wyatt has won my heart (for now) :) Thanks for all the help, guys! You all rock!
May 7th, 2013, 08:38 PM
Appearance and personality would help bunches, but here are a few names I think are similar to Mallory:
Okay, just kidding. I honestly, truly couldn't help myself. Here are the actual suggestions:
Hava ("Life" in Hebrew)
Juliet (Love this one so, so much! Thought it was worth repeating)
I'm so happy to find yet another Wicked fan! ^_^
Okay, to answer some questions: She is actually only called Margaret for a few pages into the book, so I don't personally think it would be too...
Dorothy Abigail--The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is my absolute favourite film of all time, so...
Meredith Annabelle--Mary and Anna are huge family names, so this is just a spin off of the two
Confusing story here, but I'll try my best to explain.
Okay, this girl hates her old-fashioned name, Margaret, and everyone refuses to call her any nicknames. So when she gets to a new town, she...
March 22nd, 2013, 01:27 PM
Peter (this story does remind me of Peter Pan...)
My current weird charater names are Mundelein (girl) and Jakes (boy, not short for Jacob). What names have you had for characters that are out-there, but you stayed with them? And why?
March 7th, 2013, 10:34 PM
For about a week or so before I actually start writing, I make several journal entries in my character's mind. It might not ever show up in your book, but it at least developes the character in your...
February 26th, 2013, 11:40 PM
Personally, I love Cailin! I know three of them, but they all spell it differently: Kaylyn, Kalen, and Caylinde. The last one gets mispronounced a lot, but it's really pretty. Emmalyn justs sounds......
Haha, I'm re-reading my answers... Georgie Henley, Emma Watson, and Stephanie Scott could never be related to one another, unless they're, like, distant half-cousins... Oh well ;D
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