Another WordPress writer gives beautiful insight into the rejection process. There’s no need to add more to an already wonderfully written post.
NETT ROBBENS, Writer ...Romance Author
No one wants to receive a Dear John, Dear Jane, or Dear Writer letter. Whether it’s from an ex-lover, an agent or an editor, rejection is rejection and it’s painful.
There are varying degrees of rejection. Some can actually inspire you, while others can be downright hurtful. Yet no matter how good or bad they are, our egos and confidence take a beating. Initially, we may want to:
• Scream and rip the manuscript to shreds
• Start revising the book–at that moment–from chapter one.
• Burn the rejection letter along with the other 50 stuffed in the desk drawer
• Become BFFs with Jose, Jack or the Captain.
• All of the above or a few of your own creative choices
Yes, I know. It hurts like hell.
But the next day, after the hangover and putting out the fire we started in the trashcan, we grab our manuscript…
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3 thoughts on “Rejection: So, does that REALLY mean it’s over?”
Thanks for reblogging Lisa! It’s so important to lift each other’s spirits and keep moving toward our goal.
I really love your writing and your perspective. It’s a pleasure to reblog what you write.
I humbled and honored. Thank you so much 🙂