I like my name.
My full name is Christopher Brennan Wright. It's a good name. I've had it for 41 years and it works well for me. My wife likes the name. My friends like the name. All in all it's served me well.
That said, it's not a very distinctive name. There are currently no less than four people named "Chris" in my current job. We're all in two rows of cubes and whenever anyone calls out "Chris" we all stand up like prairie dogs, trying to figure out which one of us is being called. There's a guy on the floor above me named "Chris Wright," and I occasionally get his mail.
And this job isn't an outlier. I run into other guys named Chris at work all the time.
But I like my name. So when I started Help Desk back in '96 I signed it "Christopher B. Wright." When I send professional emails I sign them "Christopher B. Wright." When I published Pay Me, Bug!, I was going to put "Christopher B. Wright" under the title... but for some reason Bowker (the organization that lets you buy and assign ISBNs) doesn't let you use a middle name on its ISBN form. So... I just signed it "Christopher Wright" instead.
All of bigger online eBook publishing platforms -- Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords -- give you two fields for your name, First Name and Last Name (and some have a drop-down field for an honorific). So when I created those accounts, I used the name "Christopher Wright." Because, again, I like my name.
Imagine my surprise when I looked at the entry for Pay Me, Bug! on the Sony eBook store and saw in the bio that I wrote my first book while I was an aerial reconnaissance photographer for the Royal Air Force, serving mostly in Mali and Germany.
... looks like I got someone else's email again.