I'm writing a novel?
Topic: I'm writing a novel?
June 19, 2019 / By Star Question:
I'm writing a novel and yo avoid copyright infringement i need some creative, realistic sounding names for:
-Semi-Urban Clifornia public junior high school.
-a few teen magazines (like a teen version of People or UsWeekly)
-Modeling/Acting Agency (Children)
-Somewhat Fancy Salon
-A few street names
-Teen clothing stores, (somewhat abercrombie/hollister-ish)
-a few Child Pageants
I know that I'm asking a lot thanks sooo much in advance!!!
Best Answers: I'm writing a novel?
Prue | 7 days ago
Arden Hills Junior High
Teen Street, Teen Weekly
Devora's Talent Agency
Kingsley St., Newman Avenue
La Beet, Hitch Hop Outfitters
Miss Caley, Junior Talent Quest
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1. North Shores Jr. High
2. Teen Pop Magazine, Popularity Contest, or something like Hot Happenings Teen Mag.
3. Smyth and Johnson Child Stars Agency
4. Main St. is always safe, Wade Ct., Kivett Dr., Wendouver St.
5. Llevan (spanish word for "wear"), Kirby's, Wilinova, Divamber inc.
6. The Icicle, Ice Chalet, The Ice Rink,
7. Miss Darling, Miss Star Child, Little Miss California
Hope those were creative enough for you.
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First of all, congrats on writing a novel. I'm a military fiction author myself and have five books published and another on the way. I'm afraid I really can't help you since most of my knowledge is war-oriented. Try using your imagination. It's how I found names for my new creations. If you ever need character names, google common first names and look at the 1990 census. It's what I use.
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I can't help you with the detailed information you've asked, but I do recommend that you find a copy of "The Elements of Style" by Strunk and White. It is an invaluable aid to both novice and professional writer alike.
The first tip that convinced me that you need to get the book is your inability to ask a proper question and display other basic grammar rules in writing--since you've professed the need to write a book.
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Originally Answered: ideas for short descriptive writing on a death for gcse original writing?
I personally have fear for the mentality of the person who set this question for you. To me it seems quite sick to have to describe the death of someone. Having been a nurse all my life and been witness to many hundreds of deaths, I would find it really obscene to have to describe in writing to anyone what occured with anyone of them, be it for a certificate or an award in anything. I would suggest to your exam board they find a more suitable question for someone of your age group if it really is a GCSE. Frankly I am appaulled.
If I were you, do your coursework on a significant event in someones life, perhaps Mother Theresa or simlar. If you want original and interesting, give them my response to your question.