You know, their kind of important. Apparently werewolves become tricky to name the more stories you write. As this story may eventually tie into my Zooey ‘verse it’s probably better to play it safe and not reuse character names. Lest I have another Zachary/Zackery/Zack situation on my hands. What can I say, I like the name Zac.
So with that out of the way. I’m going with Adrian. Maybe Taylor.
Suffice to say, there will not be a sequel in Rose’s future. Well, there better not be. I’m not sure yet, but she may have a sister.
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Stacey Jaine McIntosh was born in Perth, Western Australia where she still resides with her husband and their four children.
Although her first love has always been writing, she once toyed with being a Cartographer and subsequently holds a Diploma in Spatial Information Services.
Since 2011 she has had over two dozen short stories and drabbles printed for online consumption and in various anthologies, both in print and forth coming. She has also had two poems accepted for publication.
Stacey is also the author of Solstice, Morrighan & Lost and she is currently working on several other projects simultaneously.
She specialises in writing Paranormal Romance and Celtic inspired fairy tales.
When not with her family or writing she enjoys reading, photography, genealogy, history, Arthurian myths and witchcraft.
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2 thoughts on “Characters and their Names”
Would it be rude of me to correct the author on their use of ‘their’ which should be ‘they’re’? (I bet you were typing too fast or distracted by one of the kidlets when you wrote this – I do it all the time)
Would it be rude? Well kinda. Nah I actually typed this blog post from my iPhone, which says a lot. Small screen and all. So yeah, blaming the kids, probably the safest bet.