To Be (someone else) or Not to Be
Do I make a new pen name for my more erotic books or not?
In my case, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune have to do with basic math. If I make a new personna, I have less time to write.
So I wonder, will this piss off my fans?
But making a new author name takes time. It’ll need a Facebook Page, a Twitter account, a webpage, an Amazon author page, a Goodreads page… Do I need go on?
I have a four wonderful Historic Romance novels, full of passion, history and sex, just a bit more sedate.
There’s three paranormals, co-written with the now famous C.M. Seabrook that are fun-filled with wicked-witchy sex.
And now, I have written a modern thriller… and a soon to be released sports-hero novella.
I see what some very successful authors have done. For each genre, they have a different pen name so as not to confuse the reader or God forbid, cross promote to the wrong genre.
I’m just going to have to trust that I have intelligent readers who can pick and chose the genre that feels right for them.
Then I can spend more time doing what I love.
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