Archive for 'Rejection'
There’ve been many, many rejections. If you want to write it your own way, that’s the chance you take.–Marchette ChuteFull Story
For every person who will say yes, there are twenty who will say no. For a positive response you must find the twenty-first person.–Chuck ReavesFull Story
When rejection comes with specificity, use it as a road sign. It will help you get closer to your eventual target–publication.–James Scott Bell, The Art of War for WritersFull Story
A rejection says one of two things: Either a piece isn’t right for the publisher at that time, or it is not up to their standards. The first is something you can’t change; the second you can. You do it by learning to write better.–James Scott Bell, The Art of War for WritersFull Story
Take all your rejection letters and mush them up with glue and use them to paper mache yourself a thick hide. You’ll need one to survive as a writer. –Mary ConnealyFull Story