I have overthinked this and now I am stuck. So I am hoping some of you might help with naming my protagonist. She is young, but the novel is not an YA novel, she just happens to be 17 when the book starts. She is a runaway. She comes to the UK from an unspecified region in Central/Eastern Europe. The story is set in the future. She is strong and determined, a new vampire with nobody to turn to, she is not happy about being different, but she is a survivor. She sings well, is quite clever and resourceful and somewhat antisocial. She is still a girly girl in many ways (she likes nice things, she went to ballet school when she was younger but she is not a dancer anymore. This is not a plot relevant detail, she is not going to pointe her way out of a showdown or anything, in case you were getting worried ). So she will embark on a "hero's journey" and all that, in a complicated futuristic suspense, political intrigue, a gothic story, twisted romance and stuff. So I need a name that would be fierce but not too unusual. It is set in the future where the whole planet speaks English, but there are still regional cultures and languages thriving. But the names are no longer very specific to the culture, although they can be. It would have to be a name that is pronounced easily, not necessarily an English name, but something that would not stand out too much. I love Lilith, but it is a very cliche. I love Violet, but recently I saw a movie Ultra Violet, so that ruined it for me. Nothing like Drusilla, Elvira, Evelyn etc, because they are too angsty. If anyone is feeling inspired, I'd be grateful for your help!