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Do you have a pen name?

Here’s an interesting article about how famous authors chose their pen names: http://mentalfloss.com/article/51195/how-8-famous-writers-chose-their-pen-names

I know J.K. Rowling had to choose that pen name to target the boy audience, but I will not going to hide the fact I’m a woman, so others will read my work and enjoy it. So, everyone will just have to accept the fact I, a woman, wrote the novel I intend to publish :p.

I went through so many options in the past few years, and not a single pen name came to fruition. I’ve always known that I wouldn’t use my legal name, because writing is a different adventure for me. My pen name is: Ellie Maria Acacia

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Do you have one? 

❤ ❤ ❤ Love, Ellie ❤ ❤ ❤

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I write about my daily life, and what comes to mind at any given time! I've been where you've been, and you've been where I've been. I'm just here to remind myself and everyone else, that life has its ups and downs. Yes, the world does rule me, but I do rule the world sometimes :). Feel free to leave your comments and thank you for reading my blog!

2 thoughts on “Do you have a pen name?

  1. I think it could be kind of fun to have a pen name. I’m already using ‘pen names’ for my family members / people I write about on my blog, to protect their privacy. It sure is fun coming up with names. I usually end up picking pretty similar names though.
    I think I’d use a pen name if I was writing anything remotely scandalous, so I wouldn’t get in trouble form people I knew. I think it would give you so much more freedom.

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