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Best writing advice from a rejection letter

Last night I found some excellent writing advice and tips for writers from author Rowena Wiseman. Her post was not only helpful in a practical sense, but provided a kind of a pick-me-up, a pep talk in the locker room if you will, so I wanted to share her words in the hope that others might find it as useful as I have. 571 more words


First rejection

I had a feeling my self addressed envelope would be in the post that day. I arrived home from the nursery drop off, took the baby into the house and then unlocked the post box. 428 more words



I feel I must warn you, if your not a writer maybe this blog post is not for you. You may get something from what Im going to write but writers will appreciate it that much more. 846 more words

Writing Words

"The rejection letter" by Carl D'Agostino

Prose Humor

aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

This is worth quite a laugh. Just try not to drink or eat while reading it in consideration of your monitor. Have fun!

After the Rejection

You’ve been rejected. What do you do now? Should you lay down and cry? Should you resign yourself to a lousy life? Should you lash out in anger and jealousy toward your friends who received acceptance letters? 944 more words