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Suleika’s dreams of becoming a foreign correspondent and traveling to North Africa to report on the revolutions taking place there were cut short by cancer. Instead, she decided to start reporting from the front lines of her hospital bed on a different kind of revolution: the one taking place inside of her.
By Nicolette Asselin GetWell Read
By Tammy Hetricks Upon Stella Rose’s death, her best friend, Abby, moves to rural Vermont to take care of her sixteen-year-old daughter, Olivia Cont
By Suleika Jaouad New York Time Read
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“Loser’s Crown” a Vermont based producer speaks at the League of Vermont Writers. Stowe, VT September 27, 2014 The League was pleased to welcome producers Colin Thompson and Myles David Jewell at fall meeting. “Loser’s Crown” is the first production for Colin and Myles. Colin gave a candid and genuine presentation on how he chose […]
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“Be a Hero” is a book about the long term effects of bullying. Anita’s story is unusual and touches young readers and adult as well.
What about the common practice of using pen names? Is it an acceptable business practice or more misleading marketing?
The use of a pen name, also known as nom de plume, by professional writers is common and, in general, accepted. As you probably know, one of the most famous examples is American author and humorist Samuel Clemens who used the pen name, Mark Twain.
Let’s look at some of the common reasons why authors use pen names and then explore how they apply to online marketers.
Our Hero Life Interrupted, New York Time Columns, by Suleika Jaouad. As a Cancer Survivor, she has discovered, the Power of the Pen, in her experience with fighting cancer at a young age. Photo: Ashley Woo Crazy, Unsexy Cancer Tips Read Brotherly Love Read My Mother’s Cooking Read Real Housewives of Chemotherapy Read Hurricanes and Cancer Read Changed by Cancer Read […]