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New Mom, New Author Jessica Keller — 10 Comments

  1. That’s too funny Melissa. Names really are linked to our own experiences. When I hear Lydia I immediately think Lydia Bennet from Pride and Prejudice 🙂

  2. Melissa, Names are funny. I remember my dh and I went through a baby name book and out of around 2000 boys names, only agreed on one!

  3. Hmmmm, I’m a historical fan, but for some reason WWII is my least favorite era, though it’s my pastor’s wife’s favorite. I’ll go with contemporary. 🙂

    And as for a girl name….I’ll go with one my hubby won’t let me use. Lydia. He says he wouldn’t be able to say her name without singing Lydia the tatoo lady. 🙂

  4. I read history and contemporary pretty evenly and enjoy them both. But there is something specail about being transported to a time other than our own.

  5. Betti – you’re right. There are so many facinating stories withing the WWII time. Even just hearing the story of my grandmother makes me think of tons of idea for fictional stories that could have happened!

  6. Congratulations! To answer the question, I love reading WWII stories. I have always enjoyed history and like to read stories about that time.

  7. Congrats on your new baby girl! You will have a lot of fun filled memories with her. I prefer contemporary romance. I feel like I become part of the story. Never been much interested in history but I have read some stories about the past. I think Jillian is a beautiful name for a baby girl. I ended up naming my daughter Jill but I have always regretted not naming her Jillian….Good luck with your new baby girl!

  8. I think I would rather read WWII stories, as that is a time that I know so little about. We have read much in history, and have heard stories, but it is so nice to read an author’s ideas of what may have happened around these troubled times in history.

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