Hi all. I'm really hoping this is the right forum for this, but if it's not, please point me to the right one and I will go there instead! Thanks. I'm embarking on a Regency (well, it's late Georgian, but Regency is more evocative of the genre) romance series in which the main characters of each of the five novels are five female friends who all find companionship in one another despite their wildly different circumstances and abilities. It so happens that the year in which the series takes place is all of their first social season, and all of them feel underprepared or reluctant for a variety of reasons—Deliverance is a polymath who would rather pursue her studies in physics; Rita has spent the last decade living without discipline in Italy with her father and his mistress; Alodia's noble great-uncle is forcing her to participate in high society with the hope of marrying her to one of her cousins. You understand. Upon all becoming friends, the girls decide to call their friendship group something, owing to the fact that while they will have lots of 'friends' during the social season, the five of them are going to be true friends to one another and provide some solace from the rather cutthroat world of society. Part of the reason they have to do this is because the name of their group is what I want to call the series. But I'm really drawing a blank for any names. The only one I can come up with is 'The First Season Society', which I think sounds very dumb. Anyone got less dumb sounding ideas? Or at this point, any ideas. thanks.