on the shelves is a consideration Mays said. It tied me to my genre. Dwyer Dean Koontz Kate Elliott Alis. In the end, quality will out, they say. Henry William Sydney Porter American author of short stories and novels Ogdred Weary Edward Gorey Olive Thorne Harriet Mann Miller American author, naturalist, ornithologist Omer Tarin Omar Salim Khan Pakistani poet, scholar and Sufi mystic Onoto Watanna Winnifred Eaton Canadian author Ouida Marie Louise.
Essayist pen name crossword
Boynton Elizabeth Boynton Harbert 19th-century American author, lecturer, reformer philanthropist Lobsang Rampa Cyril Henry Hoskin The author of The Third Eye, a supposedly authentic autobiography of a monk born in Tibet, was unmasked as a British plumber who had decided in 1958 to write the. Maple Jim Burke Ted. James Erika Leonard, born Erika Mitchell Author of Fifty Shades of Grey Eckhart Tolle Ulrich Leonard Tolle Author of The Power of Now Ed McBain Evan Hunter, born as Salvatore. Tomson Rosamund Marriott Watson British poet and critic Grant Naylor Rob Grant and Doug Naylor Late 20th-century creators of the science fiction-sitcom, Red Dwarf Guillaume Apollinaire Wilhelm Albert Wodzimierz Apolinary Kostrowicki 20th-century French poet, writer, and art critic Gulzar Sampooran Singh Kalra Noted Indian poet. My partner's name is Upstone. And for a thriller writer, that's fatal. Gracey Annie Ryder Gracey American writer, missionary Mrs. Lain Philip Athans and Bruce Cordell A collective pseudonym used by nine separate authors writing Wizards of the Coast 's Dungeons Dragons novels. Literary novelists almost never change their names, but at the commercial end of the market authors are doing it with increasing frequency. You can let your imagination run free, stripped of caution and compromise. Rowling Joanne Rowling British author of the Harry Potter books. Author of the bestselling The Wheel of Time fantasy series Robert Markham Kingsley Amis Robert Tressell Robert Croker Robert.