Also I received an email regarding an upcoming book review asking if my name was Sean D. Taylor or Sean Taylor. I have nothing against my name. Sure, I wish it was more original, but I am a product of Orange County, and I have come to accept that.
As it turns out there are a number of other writers on the Sean Taylor bandwagon.
I found this out far too late into the Sean Taylor game.
And I am now being confused for other authors.
So much so, one website (a small one I’m sure, I think it was called amazon.com) decided to call me out on it. I flinched, I blanked, I jumped, they called my bluff, and asked me for more. So I gave them a D.
Now I am two authors.
I am Sean Taylor and Sean D. Taylor.
I am character assassination.
I am multiple personalities.
I hope I am not confusing people out of supporting my work.
After all what’s in a name?
I responded to the email:
I’m sticking with Sean Taylor. I’ve gone too far to go back now.
The reviewer didn’t ask if I had gone too far.
I think it’s important, however, that I am entirely honest from here on out.
I’m not sure if Sean Taylor or Sean D. Taylor wrote that book.