“Welcome to my home, Stonewater Heights.” That’s how Storm, the sequel to my novel Snow, starts. And today, I’m sharing the names of my two main characters from the novel, Iri and Senara. Feel free to use these names, but remember, they were mine first. 😉
Iri is a rare boy’s name, pronounced “Eye – ree.” I first found the name here (meaning-of-names.com). According to this site, Iri is a Hebrew name that means “fire or light.” This worked perfectly for my character because in my books my race of characters have powers over nature, and the names I choose always refer to what they have control over. Iri, as you might have guessed, has power over fire. My Iri is Senara’s trainer, or the person who helps her learn how to control her power. He’s brutally honest and definitely a leader.
Senara is a girl’s name. Even though the name starts with an “s,” it’s said
Would you use these names for one of your characters? Have you come across any interesting names lately? Share below!