There are a whole mess of pseudonyms out there, including multiple names for writers who publish in various genres. On one hand, choosing a name for yourself again and again might be fun. On the other hand, holy pressure, Batman. (Hmmm. Pseudonym: Pressure Batman?)
What makes a good pseudonym? If you’re Leslie Parrish or Roxanne St. Claire, maybe it’s a subtle religious reference. Of course, Roxanne is using her real name. Leslie Parrish’s real actual legal name, if you didn’t know, is Bestselling Powerhouseauthor Withfabulousshoes. She goes by “Bes” among her friends, though.
So, what do you think makes a good romantic suspense pseudonym with clerical undertones? And once you’ve come up with your pseudonym, what does this author write?
Virginia Churchmouse, author of the Holly Needsit series, about a woman who must copulate every day for a year, with 365 different men who form her stable of studly volunteers.
Carol St. Anges, author of extremely cozy mystery-romantic suspense featuring Violet Chenille, who solves crimes from her Craftmatic Adjustable Bed.
Come up with your pseudonym and body of work, leave your idea in the comments, and the best three win ARC copies of Parrish’s July and August releases, Fade to Black and Pitch Black. Comments close in 24 hours so have fun. Suspensefully, of course.