Good last name for Sterling?
He is a jock and kind of a jerk in my story but he needs a last name nonetheless. He is a white male.
Thanks for your help :)
- Anonymous5 years agoFavorite Answer
Mitchell. It's masculating and rolls off the tongue
- 5 years ago
- MarliLv 75 years ago
Good one, Michael!
I want to try a "Caledon Hockley" - James Cameron putting two Ontario townships together. Love that name! Actually you might like either "Caledon" or "Hockley" as a last name. How pretentious sounding do you want your character's name. There's "Gainsborough" or "Glanbrook /Glenbrook" or "Grantham" [no, I guess the Downton Abbey writers would not like that. Pity. I've always liked it.], "Clinton" or "Louth" or "Carleton" or "Ranleigh" or "Raleigh" or "Dundas" or "Barton" [I think Lieut-Governor Simcoe liked aristocratic names. He used so many of them.]
If you don't like them, pick a province or state [the eastern seaboard provinces and states are best for la-de-da names, IMO, but the middle states have some good ones. "Cleveland" "Des Moines"] and look at a detailed map showing townships and counties.