If you’ve come here looking for my name generator files, I’ve rearranged things a little and they now have their own page for Windows and Mac OSX versions of Scrivener.  I’ve also put together some instructions for how to add my name generator files into your copy of Scrivener here, and a tour of how I’m using the Scrivener for Windows binder here.

5 comments on this post.
  1. Naming Names « DL Thurston:

    [...] up through 2010.  All the files are available in the Scrivener tab at the top of the page (or this link, for the scrolling adverse).  There are also lists based on the major families in Colonial [...]

  2. Sam Webb:

    Thank you for these lists. Always cool to add more options to my Scrivener.

  3. DLThurston:

    They’re a lot of fun to put together. I’m glad people are getting use out of them.

  4. Missy Welsh:

    THANK YOU so much for sharing these lists! It must have been a massive amount of work on your part, so I really appreciate the fact you’re sharing them.

  5. DLThurston:

    It’s work, but it’s fun work. Makes for interesting research, and I just love playing with randomizers for some reason.

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