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But Twain, Carroll & Rowling Did It.

Pen names is what I’m talking about. Mark Twain, Lewis Carroll and J. K. Rowling are all pen names. Famous for writing but these authors didn’t feel that their lives would help selling their books. 529 more words


Want To Be Goodreads Buddies?

If you are on Goodreads, and are interested in being friends, send me an invite and I’ll “friend” you back. Thankfully, Kate Colby has broken the ice. 169 more words


What's In a Pen Name?

So today is my birthday.  Not a particularly special one, but one more in the can.  Entering my 58th year today – in a few years, I’ll be 60.  1,671 more words


Becoming Robert Pimm: a strange sensation

I wrote last month that I was planning to change my pen-name to Robert Pimm.

Today, 17 October, I have taken a further step towards that goal.   277 more words


What's in a name?

I need a pen name. I had always thought I would come up a pen name, but then I found I happen to share a name with someone else and they’ve already been published under said name. 184 more words


As Real as it Gets

I spent my summer writing.  (Big surprise!)  I was writing a novel that I had every intention of publishing under a pseudonym.  It was different from what I had written before.  263 more words

Writing Life

Writing with a Pen Name: Part 1 (Why Use a Pseudonym?)

Maxie Steer is my pseudonym (gasp! NO WAY! Say it ain’t so!).

I’ll give you a moment.

Now that you’ve recovered from my truth, hear me out. 669 more words

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