N – Top Ten Names (in titles)

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Have you noticed that there are lots of books with full names in titles.  I thought that this was recent trend, but when I looked through by books I realize that it’s not.  Here are 10 of the books that I’ve read.  Read through the list and then vote on which name you’d choose if you have to use it for the rest of your life.  Say, you had to go into the Witness Protection Program and only had these names to choose from  🙂

  1. Title: Jane Eyre, Author: Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre
  2. Title: Bridget Jones's Diary, Author: Helen FieldingBridget Jones
  3. Title: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, Author: Gail HoneymanEleanor Oliphant
  4. Title: Saving CeeCee Honeycutt: A Novel, Author: Beth HoffmanCee Cee Honeycutt
  5. Title: My Name Is Lucy Barton, Author: Elizabeth StroutLucy Barton
  6. Title: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter Series #1), Author: J. K. RowlingHarry Potter
  7. Title: Ethan Frome (Wisehouse Classics Edition - With an Introduction by Edith Wharton), Author: Edith WhartonEthan Frome
  8. Title: A Prayer for Owen Meany, Author: John IrvingOwen Meany
  9. Title: The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry: A Novel, Author: Gabrielle ZevinA.J. Fikry
  10. Title: The Homecoming of Samuel Lake, Author: Jenny WingfieldSamuel Lake






11 thoughts on “N – Top Ten Names (in titles)

  1. Kay says:

    I want to be Harriet Potter a.k.a. Harry. That wouldn’t be noticeable right? Do you ever wonder about those poor men (assume they would be men) who were named ‘Harry Potter’ before Ms. Rowling wrote the books? Ha!

  2. Mummy's Monkey says:

    I love some of the other ones but if I was going into witness protection I’d choose Lucy Barton. Nothing really stands out about it so it would be ideal for someone trying to be invisible

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