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5 Ways to Ease the Sting of Rejections by Emma Walton Hamilton

Oh, rejection!

We all face it. Even published authors. Even Jane Yolen!

This is how I consider rejections now, after seven years in the business: 763 more words

Picture Books

When One Door Closes. . .

I’m not really a “when one door closes another door opens” sort of person. When you’ve seen as many closed doors as I have, experience says such a thing cannot possibly true. 267 more words


ReReReReally Rejected

Starting the month of March with four rejections shadowing me from the last week of February prompts a bit of reflection.

1. Perhaps I should check my email more often. 128 more words



Some days, you may not feel like talking – accept it, and stay quiet.
You may not feel like moving out of the house – stay in, remain locked up in your room. 88 more words


The search for an agent

I’ve been so preoccupied with writing my prequel, that I’ve had to put time aside to look through lists of agents. It’s a task in itself, but I’m discovering how fickle the publishing world is with editors and agents leaving agencies and others who have set up by themselves. 150 more words

Random Thoughts

Shall we date? No. Rejected.

Boy: Shall we date? 😍
Girl: No. >:D


Rejections are proof that you offered.

Most of the time you find the life very mean simply because it does not offer what you want or it does not serve the purpose you expect from it.

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