Know Name: a journal about book, movie, tv, and play characters

When I mooch a book, rent a movie, turn on a TV show, or go to see a play, I am ten times more likely to choose one with an oddly named character than one with a simple name. So I created this journal where everyone can share their favorite strangely named characters.

Guidelines:
Take one to two pages to tell the name of the character, the book, movie, tv show, or play they are featured in, the actor/actress who plays them (when applies), why you liked them as a character, what do you think makes their name interesting, and a picture of the media in which they are featured (ex. movie, book, etc.) or a picture of the actor who portrays them.
Doodling, other info, and creativity are encouraged!

While guidelines are there to give you ideas and are not mandatory I would greatly appreciate if you would follow the following rules:

– Only take 1-2 weeks to make your entry
– Do not damage or add to anyone else’s entries in anyway shape or form.
– When you have finished with the journal please re-list it on BookMooch, or if you know of someone who might be interested in putting in an entry tell that person and reserve the journal for him or her.
– No repeats! I am sorry if Ephram (Gregory Smith) from Everwood is your favorite character, I have already entered him in the book so please pick someone new, I am sure you have more than one favorite!
– Include your name, your BookMooch ID, and if desired a picture of you.

When the journal is full let me know and I will mooch it back home.
Thanks for contributing to this journal and I hope you have fun making your entry!
Also I am running low on ribbon, and I thought it would be cool if everyone who made an entry tied a string or ribbon to the spiral of the book, not mandatory, just a fun thought.

-Korianne
BookMooch ID: koratheexplora

This journal is marked as lost in the post.

2 Responses

  1. If anyone comes across this journal please contact me. My email is:

    koratheexplora@gmail.com

    It went missing somewhere along the way.

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