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  1. #6
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    Your name is Esther Sylvia Mason. Your parents loved to read, and so do you. You were named after a famous female book character. Your middle name is the author of the book’s first name, or if it was a male author, a feminization of that name or a name like it.

    You begin a career as a librarian. One day, a handsome man about your age approaches you, asking for the mystery section. You direct him towards it, and he tells you his name, James Augustine Bellamy. His parents loved books too, and they named him after a famous author, first name and middle. You chat and end up dating. He is a book publisher. You marry him two years later!

    A year after your wedding, you find out you are pregnant! A popular book you have been reading, A Song of Ice and Fire has interesting character names. You decide to name your child, a girl, after a character in it. Her middle name comes from your husband’s favorite author’s name J.D. Salinger or a feminization of that name.

    Three years later, little Sansa Salinger Bellamy loves to listen to stories. You sense a reader! She’s very excited when you and James tell her she’s going to have a new little brother! The little boy arrives sooner than you thought, and is very tiny. His first name is a brave book character, and his middle name means brave, courageous, strong or fighter.

    Augustus Valentin Bellamy is fine four years later. Seven year old Sansa is already reading at a fourth grade level, and Gus likes to read picture books. You give birth to another daughter that year. Her first name is a children’s book character’s name. You aren’t so sure about her middle name though. Wait- Where The RED Fern Grows? Fifty Shades of Grey? Give her a color middle name!
    Alice Olivine Bellamy

    Six years later, your thirteen year old daughter Sansa, is obsessed with a certain book series called The Hunger Games. You start to read it, and now you’re hooked too! Nine months later, you have another baby. You choose the gender, but the first name must be an author’s first name, and the middle name has to have come from The Hunger Games.
    Zelda Rue Bellamy

    Many years later, you retire from your job as a librarian and James retires from his publishing job. You have built a large library in your now empty home. While your children have grown up, they often bring their grandchildren to the library where they read stories and have fun.
    Lilia Nightingale Timothea Claire Poesi Martine •• Augustus Rhythm Bastien Vincent Gaspard Martinius

    Agnes ~ Clara ~ Esther ~ Signe
    Angus ~ Graham ~ Johan ~ Vincent

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    Your name is Arwen Tolkien Granberry. Your parents loved to read, and so do you. You were named after a famous female book character. Your middle name is the author of the book’s first name, or if it was a male author, a feminization of that name or a name like it. (Arwen from Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien)

    You begin a career as a librarian. One day, a handsome man about your age approaches you, asking for the mystery section. You direct him towards it, and he tells you his name, John Ray Baldwin. His parents loved books too, and they named him after a famous author, first name and middle. You chat and end up dating. He is a book publisher. You marry him two years later!

    A year after your wedding, you find out you are pregnant! A popular book you have been reading, The Infernal Devices Series by Cassandra Claire has interesting character names. You decide to name your child, a girl, after a character in it. Her middle name comes from your husband’s favorite author’s name Rick Riordan or a feminization of that name.
    We name her: Jessamine Ridorana Baldwin

    Three years later, little Jessie loves to listen to stories. You sense a reader! She’s very excited when you and John tell her she’s going to have a new little brother! The little boy arrives sooner than you thought, and is very tiny. His first name is a brave book character, and his middle name means brave, courageous, strong or fighter.
    We name him: Percy Remo Baldwin

    Percy is fine four years later. Seven year old Jessie is already reading at a fourth grade level, and Percy likes to read picture books. You give birth to another daughter that year. Her first name is a children’s book character’s name. You aren’t so sure about her middle name though. Wait- Where The RED Fern Grows? Fifty Shades of Grey? Give her a color middle name!
    We name her: Chloe Scarlet Baldwin

    Six years later, your thirteen year old daughter Jessie, is obsessed with a certain book series called The Hunger Games. You start to read it, and now you’re hooked too! Nine months later, you have another baby. You choose the gender, but the first name must be an author’s first name, and the middle name has to have come from The Hunger Games.
    We name him: Finnick Cato Baldwin

    Many years later, you retire from your job as a librarian and John retires from his publishing job. You have built a large library in your now empty home. While your children have grown up, they often bring their grandchildren to the library where they read stories and have fun.

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    Your name is Josephine Louisa (Little Women by Louisa May Alcott). Your parents loved to read, and so do you. You were named after a famous female book character. Your middle name is the author of the book’s first name, or if it was a male author, a feminization of that name or a name like it.

    You begin a career as a librarian. One day, a handsome man about your age approaches you, asking for the mystery section. You direct him towards it, and he tells you his name, James Matthew (J.M Barrie). His parents loved books too, and they named him after a famous author, first name and middle. You chat and end up dating. He is a book publisher. You marry him two years later!

    A year after your wedding, you find out you are pregnant! A popular book you have been reading, Harry Potter has interesting character names. You decide to name your child, a girl, after a character in it. Her middle name comes from your husband’s favorite author’s name J.R.R Tolkien or a feminization of that name. Luna Johanna

    Three years later, little Luna Johanna loves to listen to stories. You sense a reader! She’s very excited when you and James tell her she’s going to have a new little brother! The little boy arrives sooner than you thought, and is very tiny. His first name is a brave book character, and his middle name means brave, courageous, strong or fighter. Edmund Louis

    Edmund Louis is fine four years later. Seven year old Luna is already reading at a fourth grade level, and Edmund likes to read picture books. You give birth to another daughter that year. Her first name is a children’s book character’s name. You aren’t so sure about her middle name though. Wait- Where The RED Fern Grows? Fifty Shades of Grey? Give her a color middle name! Madeline (Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans) Sapphire

    Six years later, your thirteen year old daughter Luna, is obsessed with a certain book series called The Hunger Games. You start to read it, and now you’re hooked too! Nine months later, you have another baby. You choose the gender, but the first name must be an author’s first name, and the middle name has to have come from The Hunger Games. Jane (Jane Austen) Rue

    Many years later, you retire from your job as a librarian and James retires from his publishing job. You have built a large library in your now empty home. While your children have grown up, they often bring their grandchildren to the library where they read stories and have fun.

    Josephine and James with: Luna, Edmund, Madeline & Jane
    19. Directioner. Whovian. Name lover.

    Girls: Adelisa, Oriana, Victoria, Georgina, Amelia, Zoe, Genevieve, Annabel, Agnes, Jemima, Edith, Abigail, Adelaide, Eleanor, Henrietta, Tegan, Melody, River, Clara, Francesca

    Boys: Edmund, Rory, Louis, Niall, Frederick, Osmond, Henry, Desmond, Adric, William, James, Oliver, Rowan, Wesley, Liam, Zayn

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    This was fun!

    Your name is Maura Tess (Rizzoli and Isles series by Tess Gerritsen). Your parents loved to read, and so do you. You were named after a famous female book character. Your middle name is the author of the book’s first name, or if it was a male author, a feminization of that name or a name like it.

    You begin a career as a librarian. One day, a handsome man about your age approaches you, asking for the mystery section. You direct him towards it, and he tells you his name, Arthur Conan (Sherlock Holmes). His parents loved books too, and they named him after a famous author, first name and middle. You chat and end up dating. He is a book publisher. You marry him two years later!

    A year after your wedding, you find out you are pregnant! A popular book you have been reading, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, has interesting character names. You decide to name your child, a girl, after a character in it, Lisbeth. Her middle name comes from your husband’s favorite author’s name, Agatha (Agatha Christie) or a feminization of that name.

    Three years later, little Lisbeth Agatha loves to listen to stories. You sense a reader! She’s very excited when you and Arthur tell her she’s going to have a new little brother! The little boy arrives sooner than you thought, and is very tiny. His first name is a brave book character, Harry (Harry Potter), and his middle name, Leopold, means brave, courageous, strong or fighter.

    Harry Leopold is fine four years later. Seven year old Lisbeth is already reading at a fourth grade level, and Harry likes to read picture books. You give birth to another daughter that year. Her first name is a children’s book character’s name, Charlotte (Charlotte's Web). You aren’t so sure about her middle name though. Wait- Where The RED Fern Grows? Fifty Shades of Grey? Give her a color middle name! - Hazel.

    Six years later, your thirteen year old daughter, Lisbeth, is obsessed with a certain book series called The Hunger Games. You start to read it, and now you’re hooked too! Nine months later, you have another baby. You choose the gender, but the first name must be an author’s first name (James Patterson), and the middle name has to have come from The Hunger Games (Gale Hawthorne) - James Gale.

    Many years later, you retire from your job as a librarian and Arthur retires from his publishing job. You have built a large library in your now empty home. While your children have grown up, they often bring their grandchildren to the library where they read stories and have fun.

    Maura and Arthur with: Lisbeth, Harry, Charlotte and James
    Last edited by psg007; February 22nd, 2014 at 05:03 PM.
    | Sophie | 22 | England, UK |
    loves science, televison, music and names
    Not pregnant or TTC, just collecting!

    | Arthur | Jethro | Edmund | Rupert | Dashiell |
    | Margot | Nell | Beatrice | Tess | Harriet |

  5. #14
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    Your name is Scout Harper Miller (To Kill A Mockingbird). Your parents loved to read, and so do you. You were named after a famous female book character. Your middle name is the author of the book’s first name, or if it was a male author, a feminization of that name or a name like it.

    You begin a career as a librarian. One day, a handsome man about your age approaches you, asking for the mystery section. You direct him towards it, and he tells you his name, Victor Hugo Carson. His parents loved books too, and they named him after a famous author, first name and middle. You chat and end up dating. He is a book publisher. You marry him two years later!

    A year after your wedding, you find out you are pregnant! A popular book you have been reading, Philomena, has interesting character names. You decide to name your child, a girl, after a character in it. Her middle name comes from your husband’s favorite author’s name, Leo Tolstoy, or a feminization of that name.

    Three years later, little Veronica Leonie Carson loves to listen to stories. You sense a reader! She’s very excited when you and Victor tell her she’s going to have a new little brother! The little boy arrives sooner than you thought, and is very tiny. His first name is a brave book character, and his middle name means brave, courageous, strong or fighter.

    Sidney Barrett Carson (Sidney is taken from the character Sidney Carton in A Tale of Two Cities and Barrett means “bear strength”) is fine four years later. Seven year old Mina is already reading at a fourth grade level, and Sidney likes to read picture books. You give birth to another daughter that year. Her first name is a children’s book character’s name. You aren’t so sure about her middle name though. Wait- Where The RED Fern Grows? Fifty Shades of Grey? Give her a color middle name! Alice Cerise Carson (Alice from The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland and Cerise means Cherry in French)

    Six years later, your thirteen year old daughter Veronica, is obsessed with a certain book series called The Hunger Games. You start to read it, and now you’re hooked too! Nine months later, you have another baby. You choose the gender, but the first name must be an author’s first name, and the middle name has to have come from The Hunger Games. Jane Primrose Carson (Jane is taken from author Jane Austen)

    Many years later, you retire from your job as a librarian and Victor retires from his publishing job. You have built a large library in your now empty home. While your children have grown up, they often bring their grandchildren to the library where they read stories and have fun.

    Scout & Victor Carson
    Veronica, Sidney, Alice, Jane
    Last edited by faustine; April 27th, 2014 at 10:52 PM.

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