No. The name Carolyn Keene, printed on every Nancy Drew book and every River Heights book, is just a pseudonym (a fake name of an author). In fact, the Nancy Drew books were written by various authors. Edward Stratemeyer actually created the characters (using the pseudonym so as not to embarrass his family if the books bombed). Since his death, the series and team of authors was carried on by his daughter.
Further information for questions about the author's death: Mildred Wirt Benson, who wrote the original Nancy Drew books died in 2002, aged 96.
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The printed author of the Nancy Drew books is Carolyn Keene. However, this is just a pseudonym (a fake name of an author). In fact, the Nancy Drew books were written by various authors. Edward Stratemeyer actually created the characters (using the pseudonym so as not to embarass his family if the books bombed). Since his death, the series and team of authors was carried on by his daughter. By the way, the same goes for the Hardy Boys books which were also created by Edward Stratemeyer under the pseudonym Franklin W. Dixon. For more info about the Nancy Drew authors, please visit http://www.series-books.com/nancydrew/nancydrew.html. For a detailed list of authors of the Hardy Boys books, please see the link below. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_wrote_the_Hardy_Boys_book_series
Carolyn Keene was born in Ladora, Iowa on July 10th, 1905. Keene is not a real person but a pen name for the author Mildred Wirt Benson, who is credited with many Nancy Drew novels. She died in Toledo, Ohio in 2002.
Carolyn Keene is only a pseudonym (an assumed name), and therefore does not have an address. There have been multiple authors in the Nancy Drew series who all use the name Carolyn Keene as required by the Stratemeyer Syndicate, the company that releases the Nancy Drew books. See the following link for more info. http://nancy-drew.mysterynet.com/nancydrew/kids/nancy/carolyn-keene-author.shtml
Carolyn Keene is a pseudonym that has been used by many authors, both male and female. It is not one author. The first person to use it, Mildred Wirt Benson, died in 2002.
Carolyn Keene is the pseudonym of the authors of the Nancy Drew mysteries. Writers who wrote under that pseudonym include Mildred Wirt Benson and Walter Karig.
Mildred Wirt Benson was just one of the many authors for the "House Name" of Nancy Drew books.
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It was a name given to multiple authors used by a publishing company.
Carolyn Keene is actually a pseudonym (fake name) used by many authors for all Nancy Drew series and the short-running River Heights series. The characters were invented by Edward Stratemeyer. Stratemeyer wanted to keep the books coming and he didn't want to wait for an author to take a long time to write a book.
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Carolyn Keene isn't a real person just a fake name that people who want to write Nancy drew books use
Wie viele Bücher hat Carolyn Keene geschrieben?translates as How many books did Carolyn Keene write?
Technically, Carolyn Keene did not write any books as she does not exist but was the pseudonym of many writers who contributed to the Nancy Drew stories. The main contributors were:
Mildrid Wirt (later Mildred Wirt Benson)
James Duncan Lawrence
George Waller Jr
Susan Wittig Albert
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Carolyn Keene is a pseudonym for a group of authors who co-wrote the Nancy Drew books; she was not an actual person.
Carolyn Keene is not a real person - it is a pseudonym for the author of the Nancy Drew stories, which were written by several different people.
Carolyn Keene never existed. The name Carolyn Keene was a pseudonym taken on by the more than 20 men and women who wrote the Nancy Drew mysteries.
No! Carolyn Keen is a pseudonym for many writers.