Writers Rejecting Rejection

Writers everywhere feel as if they’ve taken a shot to the heart when rejection hits. These particular bullets miss by an inch leaving a wound so deep that it never really heals. This week I’m going to post bits and pieces of a campaign worth discovering. Check out the video below.

Nayia Moysidis, the founder and CEO of Writer’s Bloq, not only helped me figure out how to patch up my wounds but how to fight back. For more information link on to my post titled https://bravesmartbold.com/2012/09/15/a-tribute-to-the-katniss-of-the-writers-revolution/ or click on Writer’s Bloq and  the Kickstarter campaign.


Published by Lisa Chesser

I'm a writer, editor, award-winning educator, and marketing professional who hopes to rally everyone around one single mantra: Be brave, smart, and bold. As an educator, I love to remind students to dream in the midst of politics gone mad! Thus, I am also a dreamer.

8 thoughts on “Writers Rejecting Rejection

  1. I love how supportive you are of this cause… Writers need to uplift and support more. There are enough words for everyone!!


    1. I noticed you also support writers, including me. I thought that was such an amazing and kind action, especially that you check on me and don’t just like the post that was Freshly Pressed. Thank you!


  2. Thank Lisa for sharing this Lisa. As an older person getting started late in life I have had a lot of reservation about putting myself out there. I do have my own blog – woodgatesview.com – but I do it for some of the reasons the people in the video gave and maintain the log as long as my urge to write exists and there are at least a few people who follow me and comment on my work.

    I’ll be checking out writersbloq.com, thanks to you


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