Today is the 3rd November, which means it’s Day 3 of NaNoWriMo. This year I was talked into taking part by one of my many friends from the 2012 Games.
Predictably, I’ve dived right in without so much as a plan and thus have been naming characters the first thing that pops to mind, which is exactly how my main character came to be known as Wells.
What exactly Wells could be short for remains a mystery to me, but here are some intriguing possibilities:
Aleswell, Allewell, Anniwell, Ashwell
Bakewell, Bardwell, Barnewell, Baskwell, Benwell, Beswell, Bonwell, Bowell, Bramwell, Brightwell,
Cadwell, Caldwell, Careswell, Caswell, Chadwell, Chiswell, Conwell, Cresswell, Cromwell
Hallawell, Haswell, Hatwell, Hawkswell, Holywell, Hopewell, Horwell, Hywel
Kanwell, Kedwell, Kenewell, Keniwell, Kennewell, Kerswell, Kingswell
Lathwell, Lovewell, Lowell, Luckwell, Ludwell
Makeswell, Manwell, Markwell, Maxwell, Medwell, Mundwell
Newell, Norwell, Nowell
Pedwell, Penwell, Plowell, Popplewell, Powell, Presswell, Pretswell, Proswell
Radwell, Rockwell, Rookwell, Rosewell, Rothwell, Rowell, Rudwell
Samwell, Saywell, Seawell, Sewell, Shemwell, Sherwell, Shimwell, Sidwell, Snozzwell, Sparkwell, Sparwell, Swallwell
Tanswell, Tennewell, Thirwell, Thornewell, Tigwell, Tredwell, Treswell, Trigwell, Truswell, Tuckwell, Twell
Waywell, Welland, Wellard, , Wellbelove, Welldrake, Wellen, Weller, Wellesley, Wellington, Wellwood, Westwell, Whatstandwell, Whitwell