Have you noticed that some people have claimed their name on Google Scholar? If you click on them, you can get all their articles. You need to do this for yourself. It makes it much easier to keep track of your publications. This is particularly true if you have a common name.
I just helped one of our Research Scientists claim her name. It is neither rare, nor common, Debra A. Brock. This is how we did it. There are no doubt other ways. First she signed into her Gmail account. I don’t know if you have to have one, but I wouldn’t be surprised if you did. Then we signed into Google Scholar. There was a link to Citations in the top right of the menu bar. We clicked on it. She entered information on her profile and an academic email. I don’t know if the academic email is required. Then she chose “Pick my citations,” and a list came up. All but one of them was hers, so we unclicked that one. Then we chose “Back to List” and then “Next Step.” She chose to automatically update and to make her profile public. This is what it looks like: Debra A. Brock. It really makes it handy to find people when one is thinking of hiring someone, or nominating someone for a prize, or writing a letter of reference. So go ahead and claim your name! You can link in all your publications, excluding others of similar names.