Favorite Character Names?!

I have been a complete and total lazy bum today. I was not sure if I was even going to do this weeks Top 5 Wednesday because I lacked the motivation to simply clunk on my keys. What is going on with me?!?!?! I need a nap! Actually, I need an entire hibernation. BUT I WILL NOT GIVE UP. I WILL SURVIVE. AND NO MATTER WHAT…..something… STAY ALIVE. (this was a random song burst I just had)

I present you not five but four of my favorite character names!

1.Willy Wonka — Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

Willy Wonka. It is an infectiously fun and spunky name. Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka, the amazing choclateer! How could this not be a favorite?

2. Kaz — Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

This name is something I never imagined as a name before. It sounds sly and mysterious and I like it!

3. Buttercup — The Princess Bride by William Goldman

Obviously I need to include someone from my favorite novel of all time. Buttercup is beautiful and one of those names that isn’t usually a name. I could have said I loved anyone’s name from this book because this book is my kryptonite.

4. Aelin — Thrown of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas

I have yet to look up how Maas intended this name to be spoken, but I like the way my head says it (A-linn)! I do not care as much for the complex and formal names she gives to other character, but Aelin I can handle.


I hope no one minds that I didn’t form many coherent thoughts in this post! I do love Top 5 Wednesdays and I also cherish my favorite character’s names!

Goodnight lovely bloggers!


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