3 Things To Consider Before Using A Pen Name

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December 20, 2016

Episode 45: Interview with LA Knight

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About LA Knight

L.A. Knight was the first pup born to a litter of four. Managing to escape from several disobedient schools in Philadelphia and a failed mating with a Shih-tze from New York, L.A. relocated to South Florida and quickly went in heat over a gorgeous poodle who was still nursing two pups from a prior breeding. The couple had produced two pups of their own when L.A. penned DOG TRAINING THE AMERICAN MALE. To reach the author, contact L.A. at laknightentertain@aol.com

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • Having a logical purpose for your pen name
  • Really creating the identity for your pen name
  • Establishing a fanbase

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Show Notes:

HAVING A LOGICAL PURPOSE FOR YOUR PEN NAME

  • Pen names are sort of thicken identity as a community grinder that requires a different name.
  • The primary reason for having pen names is because of the difference in genre or category of book.

REALLY CREATING THE IDENTITY FOR YOUR PEN NAME

  • LA is the abbreviation for his father’s name Lawrence Alton; he was a tremendous guy and he passed away about 5 years ago, he was a knight and shining armor.

ESTABLISHING A FAN BASE

  • Fan base is translated to swapping one from another.
  • Developing a fan base is directly related to selling the books.

Quotes:

  • Pen names are sort of thicken identity as a community grinder that requires a different name.
  • The primary reason for having pen names is because of the difference in genre or category of book.
  • Developing a fanbase is directly related to selling the books.

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