Pen names. They’re a tricky business, in my opinion. Should I use one? If yes, how do I choose a name? When I began publishing my work with Meryton Press, I chose to use my own name, Brigid Huey. The way Janet Taylor makes my name look on the covers she designs is magical, and it’s still thrilling to see my name on a book cover.
The thing is, I write across a variety of genres. All romance, because I adore romance. But my latest work is set in the future and features technology, explosions, and evil villains; it’s a work that is vastly different from my Meryton Press work.
And so, Molly Magennis was born. Who is she, and what does she write? Molly Magennis is a bit more mysterious than Brigid Huey. She might be a tad younger, in spirit at least. She retains the power of her matriarchal heritage (watch out for those Magennis women) and artfully wields her pen to create worlds of fantasy, adventure, and romance, always romance.
Check her out at mollymagennis.com. There’s even a newsletter you can sign up for!