Are you considering writing more in your name or starting a pen name now that you have access to AI writing tools?
In today's fast-paced world, the power of AI has revolutionized many aspects of our lives, including the way we write and publish. As an author who has published works under multiple pen names, I've recently made a decision to streamline my writing process and focus on the genres that truly resonate with me. This change in direction is largely due to the incredible capabilities of AI tools like GPT-4, which has not only increased my efficiency but also enhanced the overall quality of my work.
As a result, I've chosen to let go of two pen names associated with commercial, horror, and steamy romance genres, despite their current sales. This decision allows me to concentrate on completing a longer novel without being distracted by chasing the proverbial cash cow. Moving forward, I will retain the two nonfiction pen names (travel writing and health sciences) and the two novel writing pen names (mystery and historical fiction), which align with my reading and writing interests.
The introduction of GPT-4 has instilled in me the confidence to significantly reduce my editing time for novels I believe are worth writing, from weeks to mere days. This AI-powered language model has enabled me to publish higher quality books more frequently, ultimately achieving my goal of delivering top-notch content to my readers.
Initially, I was tempted to produce more work at a faster pace, but I realized that with my basic expenses covered (provided I don't splurge on multiple AI writing tools), I can afford to write for the sheer joy of it. The assistance that AI offers in editing has greatly increased my satisfaction in writing, editing, and publishing my work.
If you're looking to enhance your writing process and improve the quality of your work, I highly recommend exploring the capabilities of GPT-4. This state-of-the-art AI tool has the potential to revolutionize your writing experience, allowing you to focus on your true passions and produce exceptional content for your audience.
I do substantial oral history collecting and I read the Trove newspapers from before the age of computers for the works in my main author name. I go and live at the location of the novel for at least one least, the season I'm writing the novel time-span within.
My nonfiction pen name draw on years or mere of experience and research in the subjects I write.
My fiction pen names are all lighter human interest stories and there isn't much research required. I write them faster. If I knew no little about it that I'd have to ask AI then I probably wouldn't write it.
There are huge advantages to being 76, well travelled, and born late in the life of your parents born is the nineteenth century who told you about their life. There is a lot of stories there to draw on there.