Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
November 17: Characters I’d Name a Pet After (These could be your own pets (present or future), you could pick 10 different animals and tell us the name and animal type, or you could choose 10 names that would make fun cat names, etc. Put your own spin on this one!) (submitted by Nushu @ Not A Prima Donna Girl)
I’m going to have a hard time with this one because I don’t remember characters names in books or movies. So, I’m going to look on my read shelf on Goodreads and hope for the best.
Recently, I have been giving into thrillers, so the first name that comes to mind is Samantha Bell from A Samantha Bell Mystery Thriller Series. I would take the character’s surname Bell as a pet name. When it comes to the books, Samantha Bell is an investigative reporter who helps to solve crimes.
The series I just read three books from is Nichelle Clarke Crime Thriller Series, and I think Nichelle is a cute name.
The main character from Summer at West Sands Guest House by Maggie Conway name is Molly Adams, and I think Molly is a sweet name for a dog.
Okay, let me paint you the picture I have in my head. I see a fluffy bunny with the name Annie like one of the main characters in the book Rock Candy Kisses (3:AM Kisses #5) by Addison Moore. What made me love this book, even more, is the fact that Annie is deaf.
A unique name would be Pima which is the name of a character from Moving Target: A Porter Novel (Porter #2) by R.A. McGee.
Ok, I had to find a character name that matches my sister’s dog name.
If I had a lizard, I would name Cupid like in the book title A Cupid in London by Tom Caval.
I had forgotten that I read a book with the word Snow as a title and Snow happens to be my dog’s name.
Holly would be what I name my cat if I had one and the main character in this book is a Holly.
Coco is one of the twins in the book Love, and Muddy Puddles (Coco and Charlie Franks #1) by Cecily Anne Paterson and Coco sounds like the perfect pet name.
Yay! I didn’t think I could manage to do this one, but I did.