Originally posted by AuthorHouse
AuthorHouse Writer Advice: AuthorHouse Self Publishing
I read some tips on authorhouse publishing reviews blogs about How to Market Your Book under a Pen Name.
In part 1, they explain the reasons we should not use a PEN NAME when writing a book.
The authorhouse publishing company gives the following reasons for not using a pen name:
1. Don’t use a pen name if you just want to impress editors and readers.
2. Don’t use a pen name if it will tarnish your credibility as an author.
3. Don’t use a pen name if you are worried about criticism or controversy from a reader’s point of view.
4. Don’t use a pen name if you want to hide your REAL name just because you are writing a real person’s story and they might get offended. Instead change to a fictional character name to avoid complications and retain your real name, instead of using a PEN NAME.
5. Don’t use a pen name if they are cliché.
ᔥ Original article via AuthorHouse Investigation: How to Market Your Book Using a Pen Name (Part 1)
ᔥContent via AuthorHouse Writer Advice: AuthorHouse Self Publishing
- How to Publish a Book in AuthorHouse Free Self Publishing Guide Kit (authorhouse.com)
- Marketing a Book under a Pen Name (Part 2) (howtobookpublish.wordpress.com)
- What’s in a Writer’s Name? (ccyager.wordpress.com)
- For the Best Book Marketing Plan, Know Your Goals as a Writer (marketyourbookblog.com)