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 That's one way to figure out how to name your characters. . . 

Take the one name you've figured out, search for an era, and pick the rest of the names from that era.

It's when this gave me the heroine's name that I knew this work.  And the odd thing is that Ottoline, the one character whose name I knew, does not linger for long.  But the 19th century names managed to cover all the characters.

Date: 2017-08-05 02:36 pm (UTC)
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I use the Walmart newsletter.  It lists employees' anniversaries, and is thus encyclopedic in space and time, at least within the last few decades.  Every ethnicity and regional emphasis is found there.  You want German?  Wisconsin, Ohio.  Hispanic?  Texas, California -
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