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Offline Hilda

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Reply #20 on: September 09, 2023, 08:50:16 AM

"In another few pages Vicky will be contacted by someone working for British intelligence. I'll deal with the operative's name when I come to it."

Sounds like a Liam or Jules fav, Colin.

I agree with Staci. Or perhaps Nigel, e.g. Nigel St. Cloud?

To Hilda's point, I agree that too many writers -- especially amateur erotic fiction writers -- overthink names, and come up with something that sounds silly.

We must be on the same wavelength. I used the name "Richard James St Clair" in another novel. Not an intelligence operative, but a millionaire art collector who heads an occult group.

What sounds odd to me are some of the informal first names that Chinese folk (PRC, Taiwan, and Singapore) choose for themselves. I was once introduced to a lady called Ethel, and the CEO of the Moondrop audio company calls himself Herbert. Neither of them Christians, as far as I know.

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Reply #21 on: September 09, 2023, 09:48:03 PM

”You can be mad as a mad dog at the way things went.  You can swear and curse the fates.  But when it comes to the end, you have to let go.” — The Curious Case of Benjamin Button