Can I Publish Kindle Books Under A Pen Name? Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation 📚 Finishing SIX books & starting a new job | Reading VlogHow to import demo content in Free WordPress Themes? 14 thoughts on “Can I Publish Kindle Books Under A Pen Name?” Thanks a lot Stefan. Very useful info as always. Reply This helped perfectly. You answered my questions short and simple. Thank you! Reply cool answer Reply Thanks for being thorough…great info. Reply Greta vid thanks! When you publish under a pen name do you need an author page and bio? Reply Hey Stefan, I am curious about copyrights. Do I need to copyright the pen name itself? Do I need to copyright each book? Should I be copyrighting my pen name and each book? Thank you for your time. Reply That answers the question, great!What about wanting to add a picture and bio to the book? For me, upon purchasing a book, I am always interested in knowing the author's credentials. I also read preface, special thanks, etc.How do you go about, or around that? Thanks. Reply Hi Stefan, can you legally make up a completely fake bio for your pen name authors, E.G. "John Smith has a PHD in clinical psychology and has been working in the area for over 20 years"? Reply Question: If you are publishing under a pen name – what is there to stop someone else saying 'hey that is my book, you have stole that from me and published it' ? I.e. What would happen if I turned around and said – "I wrote your mastery book and you published it without my permission, give me money now! ? Sorry if that seems a silly question, I am sure it is something which happens super rarely too! Reply hi. first, in using pen name, is the real name won't appear anywhere inside the book? let say under copyright information or as publisher? second, in hiring ghost writer, what's the chance of being at risk of plagiarism? thanks Reply Great information, thanks!I have one question however:Is it possible to publish under 2 different accounts as one person?Like one where I'm writing the books myself and use the other one for publishing outsourced books? Reply As far as hiring a ghostwriter, I completely understand the math. On the other hand, aren't you concerned that, with everyone hiring out multiple ghostwriters via elance, etc., that the market is getting flooded with product and the market will become too crowded? Reply But! Do they need to sign custom agreement for transfering the commercial rights to the work or accepting a job posting on freelancer's site is enough? Reply can you make a course specific to publishing fiction books at kindle? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.