A Lady in Disguise Giveaway!

A Lady in Disguise Giveaway!

I would love to introduce you to this wonderful London Lady.  Let’s have a little fun while we do it, shall we? Here is an online Victorian name generator.  Simply put your name into the boxes, and press random name generator. See what comes up. You can add a title if you like – Lady, Duchess, Miss, Mrs.  Run your name and place the results in the comments below. Renee will draw one name, and that winner will receive a signed copy of A Lady in Disguise!

Victorian Name Generator – Click HERE

112 Comments On This Topic
  1. Vicki
    on Mar 20th at 11:09 pm

    Claribel Gladstone? HA! I must admit, this was about my 15th incarnation in the name generator. So fun! There was one – Nettie Pricklesomething… I wish I could remember it! My 8 year old said, “That sounds like a perfect name for a Hedgehog!” So fun!

  2. Susan Heim
    on Mar 21st at 2:12 am

    I got Tressie Ipsley. I love it!

  3. Una Ireland
    on Mar 21st at 2:20 am

    Ella Allan. Nice and short

  4. Vicky D
    on Mar 21st at 3:02 am

    Dorothea Harding! Don’t think so!

  5. Andrea Stephens
    on Mar 21st at 3:26 am

    Myrl Dalston
    I’m not sure I like it.

  6. Karen
    on Mar 21st at 12:19 pm

    Victoria Wright

  7. Deanne Patterson
    on Mar 21st at 1:07 pm

    My generated name is Frankie Strout. Hmmm, they called women, Frankie back then?
    This was fun!

  8. Beatrice Fishback
    on Mar 21st at 3:10 pm

    I got West Carker think I’ll stick with Beatrice 🙂

  9. Amy
    on Mar 21st at 3:10 pm

    Melvina Ellingworth. 🙂

  10. Rita Wray
    on Mar 21st at 3:12 pm

    Mine is Norah Callingham

  11. Kay Garrett
    on Mar 21st at 3:13 pm

    Lady Freda Tennyson is the name it gave me. Kind of like it! 🙂

  12. Kim Potter
    on Mar 21st at 3:18 pm

    Lovie Pinner

  13. Kathy M.
    on Mar 21st at 3:20 pm

    I got Margery Summerbee. I like it.

  14. Lori Meyer
    on Mar 21st at 3:23 pm

    Selma Denshaw…I like it!

  15. Elaine Rieder
    on Mar 21st at 3:30 pm

    Henrietta Appleton

  16. Mary
    on Mar 21st at 3:33 pm

    I got Exie Chaband…very interesting. 😉 I thought my name (at least, my FIRST name) would fit in the Victorian era already.

    This was fun!

  17. Haley J. S.
    on Mar 21st at 3:36 pm

    Lorene Dewar
    Didn’t expect that! 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. NGB48
    on Mar 21st at 3:38 pm

    Lelah Beckingham…..

  19. Dianne Casey
    on Mar 21st at 3:39 pm

    Rosanna Currington – sounds really Victorian.

  20. Betsy Tojdowski
    on Mar 21st at 3:39 pm

    Marvel Callan!

  21. Elizabeth Cox
    on Mar 21st at 3:44 pm

    Janie Thumpton, that is very interesting.

  22. Elaine
    on Mar 21st at 3:44 pm

    Eulah Thorndale. I don’t care for the last name.

  23. Stacey Dale
    on Mar 21st at 3:46 pm

    Elvira Randel. I like my own name so much more now.

  24. Nancy
    on Mar 21st at 3:56 pm

    Amy Cresswell. Sounds good to me.

  25. Heather Holtz
    on Mar 21st at 3:57 pm

    I am Lyla Shepard. Not a bad name 🙂

  26. Terressa T.
    on Mar 21st at 4:04 pm

    Lottie Forbes! Ha! I sound snooty…not really me but I do like the name

  27. Patti
    on Mar 21st at 4:05 pm

    Ellen Rance – How absolutely boring!!!! LOL!

  28. Leanne
    on Mar 21st at 4:06 pm

    Maxine Keane. Hmm…

  29. Bonnie Sanchez
    on Mar 21st at 4:07 pm

    Vallie Ollivander –

  30. Yvette Knudtson
    on Mar 21st at 4:12 pm

    Adelia Cronk – I like it, though it seems a bit discordant.

  31. Paula S.
    on Mar 21st at 4:13 pm

    Mine is Harriet Alock! Really don’t care for Harriet. Love Victorian stuff. How many people were named for Victoria? I like that better!

  32. Beth Reavis
    on Mar 21st at 4:16 pm

    How fun! My name would be Georgianna Santini

  33. C Murphy
    on Mar 21st at 4:50 pm

    My name was Novella Coldeman

  34. Dianna A
    on Mar 21st at 4:57 pm

    Lauretta Bateman? Interesting name.

  35. Beth Gillihan
    on Mar 21st at 5:05 pm

    Blanche Willette

  36. Annette Gardner
    on Mar 21st at 5:09 pm

    Manila Dorney. Hmmm….

  37. Stephanie H.
    on Mar 21st at 5:14 pm

    I got Selena Tuson, which is a very interesting name.

  38. Lucy Reynolds
    on Mar 21st at 5:15 pm

    Una Babbage
    I already have the book and loved it.

  39. Elly
    on Mar 21st at 5:15 pm

    I got Miss Evelyn Forbes. I actually really like this name! (If I ever write a book, maybe I’ll use it as my pen-name?)

  40. Stephanie Allen
    on Mar 21st at 5:20 pm

    Madylene Pye

  41. Catherine Wofford
    on Mar 21st at 5:25 pm

    Ester Cobweb!

  42. Jaime F
    on Mar 21st at 5:37 pm

    Miss Vernice Shettigar

  43. Jackie Wisherd
    on Mar 21st at 5:38 pm

    Kate Creakle came up for me. It’s an ok name but I don’t see myself as a Kate.

  44. Deanna Stevens
    on Mar 21st at 5:42 pm

    Lady Lelia Luckett 🙂

  45. Deb
    on Mar 21st at 5:43 pm

    Elvina Brownlow — I’ll take it! – I sound like a governess!

  46. Emily
    on Mar 21st at 5:48 pm

    Matie Routledge

  47. Debbie Clatterbuck
    on Mar 21st at 5:51 pm

    Leone Harris is my Victorian name. Not sure how to pronounce the first name. LOL Thanks for the giveaway and good luck everyone.

  48. Carol Luciano
    on Mar 21st at 5:59 pm

    Lady Wilda Blackwood, not bad. Thanks for this giveaway chance.
    Carol L

  49. Kim Gregory
    on Mar 21st at 6:05 pm

    Well, I am Luna Coffinberry. It seems my namesake comes from a very well-known industrialist family from the very state and area that I actually do come from! Although I would rather be named for the Sun being it’s reflection isn’t so terribly bad! Now if I need to go into hiding, I have an alias! HA! How fun.

  50. Julie Waldvogel
    on Mar 21st at 6:06 pm

    I got Rae May.

  51. Terry
    on Mar 21st at 6:48 pm

    Gussie Donnell – not sure how I feel about that one.

  52. Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House
    on Mar 21st at 6:56 pm

    Oh, my goodness! Blanche Gallagher
    At least Random knows I really do have an Irish maiden name myself!!

    Gallagher (Old Irish: Ó Gallchobhair; Ó Gallchobhoir; Modern Irish: Ó Gallachóir) is an Irish Gaelic clan based most prominently in what is today County Donegal. The clan name originated in the 10th century as a derivative of its founder Gallchobhair mac Rorcan.

  53. Martha T.
    on Mar 21st at 7:04 pm

    June Kipling.

  54. Deborah O'Carroll
    on Mar 21st at 7:06 pm

    Lila Santini … I don’t really think I’d like to be called that, but it’s still fun. XD

  55. Robin
    on Mar 21st at 7:23 pm

    Dorcas Chubbs, oh my, think I’ll keep my real name. But it was fun to try it.

  56. Penny
    on Mar 21st at 7:35 pm

    Susan Shimpling

  57. Charlyn
    on Mar 21st at 7:46 pm

    Leah England

  58. Terrill R.
    on Mar 21st at 7:50 pm

    Ressie Cronk. I like the name Ressie. Cronk leaves a bit to be desired. 🙂

  59. Jennifer Torres
    on Mar 21st at 7:56 pm

    Lady Etha Beckenham that’s my name… Or it would be in Victorian times. I LOVE the name generator, it is awesome

  60. Susan
    on Mar 21st at 8:07 pm

    Kathrine Parker for me.

  61. Judy Tulloch
    on Mar 21st at 8:09 pm

    Serena Walters

  62. Breonna
    on Mar 21st at 8:15 pm

    Salome Woods! I like it!

  63. Linda McFarland
    on Mar 21st at 8:18 pm

    Mayme Bornholdt…..that’s quite different from Linda!

  64. Trisha
    on Mar 21st at 8:26 pm

    Pearly Thorndale here! Congratulations on your book release. I can’t wait to read it!!

  65. Sherry P.
    on Mar 21st at 8:36 pm

    Nora Ipsley. Pretty cool. I like the name.

  66. Kim Bakos
    on Mar 21st at 8:37 pm

    Lady Maude Brookton

  67. English Lady
    on Mar 21st at 8:37 pm

    Violet Bazzard. Hope the giveaway is open in the Uk, entering anway.

  68. Connie Hendryx
    on Mar 21st at 8:45 pm

    Hessie Sykes! Yikes!!

  69. Robin in NC
    on Mar 21st at 8:53 pm

    Charlotte Almond

  70. Pam
    on Mar 21st at 9:15 pm

    Vada Portch
    Pretty awful!

  71. Kirsten McElroy
    on Mar 21st at 9:20 pm

    Iva Nightengale…..I think I like it!

  72. Barb
    on Mar 21st at 9:28 pm

    Call me Miss Helene Creevey. I will be tall and willowy, with a clear complexion and bright eyes. Due to a comfortable fortune inherited from my grandmother, I will spend my time and money promoting my many charities and be the delight of my circle of friends.

  73. Gena Berchtold
    on Mar 21st at 9:39 pm

    Rowena Hugh
    I like it!!

  74. Winnie Thomas
    on Mar 21st at 10:05 pm

    My name is Rosamond Bradstreet. That sounds quite dignified! 😀

  75. Sheila Moore
    on Mar 21st at 10:07 pm

    Aimee Kemp
    I like it!

  76. Adrienne Everitt
    on Mar 21st at 10:23 pm

    Addie Darling

  77. Loraine Nunley
    on Mar 21st at 10:35 pm

    I got Rose Dukelow. Hmm. Lady Rose Dukelow? I think I like it. This was fun Sandra, thanks.

  78. JJ
    on Mar 21st at 10:36 pm

    Duchess Tilda Carstone

  79. Amanda
    on Mar 21st at 11:06 pm

    I got Dollie Brougham. Cute!

  80. Raechel L.
    on Mar 22nd at 12:47 am

    Elva Egdale for me! ^.^ Not sure how I feel about the last name (makes me think of eggs…), but I do like “Elva”! 🙂

  81. lily
    on Mar 22nd at 1:39 am

    Lady Margery Clutterham 🙂

  82. Heidi Hogan
    on Mar 22nd at 1:43 am

    Rebecca Rickard

  83. Angie Y
    on Mar 22nd at 1:58 am

    Lady Carrie Dumbleton…or maybe Duchess Dumbleton?

  84. Connie Scruggs
    on Mar 22nd at 2:24 am

    I did it twice. The first time with my shortened name and married last name:
    Connie Scruggs=Beryl Durham (sounds manly).
    The second time with my full name and maiden last name:
    Constance Adams=Delia Brenston. I prefer the second one 🙂

  85. Anne Lawson
    on Mar 22nd at 3:01 am

    I got Delma Landells! Not bad, even though I still definitely prefer my Anne with an “E”.

  86. Mary Preston
    on Mar 22nd at 3:14 am

    I am now Priscilla Willett. Sounds rather fancy.

  87. Bri Jester
    on Mar 22nd at 8:06 am

    Hi, Sandra!

    I got Lady Elise Upton. Now I feel like I should be having a spot of tea, whilst deciding on what gown to wear to the theatre tonight!. 🙂

    Thank you for the contest

  88. Crystal Balzer
    on Mar 22nd at 1:17 pm

    Margie Coleman is the name that it gave me.

  89. Rebecca Dewey
    on Mar 22nd at 2:27 pm

    I got Antonette Moriarty. Interesting, neither of these seem very common.

  90. Lisa Harness
    on Mar 22nd at 3:35 pm

    Alida Marshall. Hmmm sounds like “Lady”

  91. Amy
    on Mar 22nd at 3:56 pm

    Corinne Leeford. The last name would not be my first choice but I don’t mind the first!


  92. Gail Malane
    on Mar 22nd at 6:16 pm

    Dena Walden

  93. Lisa Cullett
    on Mar 23rd at 12:36 am

    Kathleen Nupkins- could be my pen name?

  94. Mallori
    on Mar 23rd at 12:56 am

    Marietta Cain. That’s not bad; I kind of like that name for a book character. 🙂

  95. Sonja
    on Mar 23rd at 2:16 am

    Dora Wadsworth. Well, that’s just cool.

  96. Michele
    on Mar 23rd at 2:49 am

    Shirley Adams

  97. Melanie Backus
    on Mar 23rd at 3:52 am

    Elnora Claverdon….what a sophisticated name! A true Victorian lady for sure!

  98. Maria Mast
    on Mar 23rd at 4:18 am

    Vella Sawley…is that even a name??? ?

  99. Mary Koester
    on Mar 23rd at 8:10 pm

    Louella Fizkin. What a mouth full! I’m rolling in floor imaging introducing myself.


  100. Betty w
    on Mar 23rd at 10:07 pm

    I love the book cover, it sometimes determines if I read the book.

  101. Amanda G.
    on Mar 23rd at 10:28 pm

    Fun! I want a title too….Duchesses Inga Desmond.

  102. Caryl Kane
    on Mar 24th at 1:09 pm

    Novella Jarvis A “bookish” first name. I love it!

  103. Donna
    on Mar 24th at 3:21 pm

    Lady Omie Marshall–What fun!! It sounds like “Oh, me!” and I do want to be chosen! I also had to laugh when it auto-corrected to “zombie”!?

  104. Karen
    on Mar 25th at 3:48 pm

    Zula Engels. My 3rd one was Lulu Stretton, which cracked me up!

  105. Katie
    on Mar 27th at 12:13 pm

    Kattie Coffinberrt. How odd considering my actual name.

  106. Judy
    on Mar 27th at 1:22 pm

    Is this still open? I didn’t see a deadline. I got Aimee Forge.

  107. Robbie Pink
    on Mar 27th at 6:03 pm

    Hi, I’m guessing the giveaway is over, but I tried the name generator anyway. My name was Nellie Trabb! I love it, so different, especially the last name, which is why I love my real last name!!

  108. Candice Foster
    on Mar 27th at 7:01 pm

    Lady Agatha Sidebottom. Hahaha! Agatha is fun and intriguing but Sidebottom is something else entirely! So fun!

  109. Alison Boss
    on Mar 29th at 12:14 am

    My Victorian generated name is: Christina Sloper. I like it!!! 🙂

  110. Alison Boss
    on Mar 30th at 8:54 pm

    My name from the Victorian name generator is: Christina Sloper. I like it! 🙂

  111. sandra
    on Apr 10th at 5:03 pm

    I got such good laughs and quite a few honest nods of agreement and appreciation for your names, my ladies, one and all! The winner of the signed book is Debbie Clatterbuck! Debbie, I’ll be emailing you soon for your mailing address. Have a wonderful April, everyone, and I’ll see you in May! xx

  112. Amy
    on Apr 17th at 11:12 pm

    My name came up the first time as Abigail Mann. My real name is Amy Mann. I had to do it a few more times to see if it was truly random. 🙂