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June 1st, 2013 09:27 PM #1
Ever make up a futuristicky(?), weird, out there/biblical sounding, old-fashioned-like name for a story and come to discover far, far into your writing that the name's unpronounceable or just plain stupid?
*thinks back to my Lanity-who-sounds-like-manatee fail*
I knew someone who started a sci fi book with the main character Uring. They, needless to say, had to change it.
Just wondering if anyone has ever just made up some crappy sounding/unpronounceable name that looked excellent on paper.
I do it a lot.
Here are two of my "favorites"
Lesser fails include Dagrid's brothers, Fadric and Cladis and Josideon's friend Ezramir. I don't think those were too bad...
Last edited by maewynmannix; June 2nd, 2013 at 04:33 PM.I'm just another one of those teenaged, name obsessed writers floating around here.
My future children:
And if I don't have a boy and a girl, in that order...
June 1st, 2013 09:49 PM #3
I got several chapters into a book and realized I didn't even have a name for the main character yet. Does that count?“I read books when I was a kid, lots of books. Books always seemed like magic to me. They took you to the most amazing places. When I got older, I realized I couldn't find books that took me to all the places I wanted to go. To go to those places, I had to write some books myself.”
― Pat Murphy, The Wild Girls
"Like everyone else, I am going to die. But the words – the words live on..."
― J. Michael Straczynski