Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The most helpful post in the world!

Ever stop to consider that, in your heated enthusiasm for finishing that draft/query letter/synopsis, that there were a few things to think about before whizzing your manuscript into the agent- and publisher-filled ether?

By which I mean: rejection.

Before you send out your shiny words, make sure you understand the flip side. Rejection happens more often than not, as multitudes of published authors will attest, but it's up to you to process that there are certain reasons why. Some of these you can change, and others...don't even think about it.

So along comes this incredibly succinct and helpful post by blogger Jessica P. Morrell, and what she writes makes as much sense as anything else I've read on the subject. And so now, it's in your hands. Go forth and get acceptances!

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