By: Rachael Ann Mare
Do you agonize for hours over character names?
I used to. I knew I needed the just-right name to convey who the character was, but I didn’t know how to figure out what that just-right name was.
It’s a real drag, because you don’t feel like you can move on and keep writing, but you don’t feel like you’re managing your time wisely if you spend a while deciding on a character name.
Andre Cruz previously offered six useful character-naming suggestions, but if you’re still stuck, never fear. I have five more to help you stop agonizing.
OK, you might never completely quit agonizing, but these five easy tricks can help you get better at coming up with more names you like — and doing it faster.
1. Try the Random Name Generator
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