This was very interesting to read as it tells the reader more about yourself whilst answering why and how you chose your name. Well done!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I always find these essay challenges a pleasant challenge to write :)
Of all the responses to this challenge so far, yours is the most philosophical. I hadn't realized that your pen name was Rohirric. Thanks for responding to the challenge.
Author's Response: Thank you very much. Yes, the penname is Rohirric though it took a little digging around as I mentioned till I found out itsrnactual meaning, and I find the meaning behind most names quite intresting hence why I couldn't resist responding to this rnchallenge ;) Thank you again for putting fourth such a challenge, I always enjoy responding to them.
You know, I do know your real name, but I always call you Anwyn, as it just seems to fit very well. Like you say, it's not like calling some-one IsuckLegolasLollipops, or BeautifulElvenPrincessofLothlorien. I think it suits your character very well and it's stuck now; I do try to remember that I know your real name, but I've rarely written it, except in the disclaimer as Anwyn has just became, like you say, your alter-ego. I am not sure whether I am speaking to her or you, just that either way it gets there. :)
Author's Response: Its abseloutely alright becuase I don't mind being called Anwyn becuase really, few people call me by my actual namernanyways. Only the Surgeons I should say call me by my name, all the nurses call me Bay and some of the surgeons get rnconfused and call me Brandy, lol, which is funny becuase I went through Nursing school with a Brandy and our teachersrnalways used to mix it up too so its really nothing new. rnLOL, You can address either of us as I do get the message sooner or later ;)