As best I can tell I have both an author page and an author profile on Facebook. The author profile allows me to participate on that author page under my pen name, without revealing my personal identity. Interestingly enough, the problem appears resolved in a round about way. Facebook wouldn't allow me to log in directly to the Facebook account for my author profile. That is when I got the account disabled notice. However, when I log into my personal profile (different name and different e-mail address), I have the option to switch between the two profiles and manage my author page that way. Maybe Facebook is just making me manage it all from one single account now - in other words linking all profiles to the personal account. I don't know. I was experiencing trouble posting links to my blog and pictures on the author page for several weeks (it just kept buffering without posting) when switching over to the author profile from my personal profile page, which is what prompted me to exit out of the personal profile and log in directly to the author profile. That's when I got the disabled notice and the request for a driver's license. When I went back into my personal profile, switched to the author profile and went to the author page, I was then able to post my stuff. Not sure how that buffering problem suddenly resolved as I had been experiencing that for weeks. Now everything seems to be functioning fine. I'm still a little freaked out that I could lose access to my author profile/page at the drop of a dime without any explanation as to why and no real customer service to help me resolve the problem. And, I still don't know if the request for driver's license is now standard operating procedure for them.