2012 – November #16 Posted on November 16, 2012 by Errol Errol: Stay on target, Tim. Stay on target. 🙂 Debbie: Keep the faith, Tim! 99.999% of people who have started the submission process have been there. Rejection’s part of the job. AdvertisementRate this:Share!Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Hm, I might have to nickname Tim Snoopy.
I’ve been there before, bro… stinks.
Some people say they could wallpaper their bathroom with printouts of their rejection letters. I’m pretty sure I could wallpaper the entire first floor of my house at this point!
Aww, Tim! That’s alright, at least you sent it out. Listen to Victoria. It’s still good. 🙂 Fun one!
Thanks, Sharri. 🙂 Errol & I are having a lot of fun with these NaNoToons…mainly because of all your comments! 🙂
wow, tim just needs to find someone who like extreme Scifi
Good point, Annie. So often, it’s not so much about the quality of the writing but about what editor is looking for what and when.
Hey! I’ve gotten that handwritten note. I think it’s funny now. It was embarassing then.
Aw poor old Tim, he’ll get published one day 😀
Ha! I pretty much got one of those yesterday (not in so many words, but let’s say we’re not on the same wavelength, me and this editor!). Great timing! Nice to know I’m not the only one who gets embarrassed.
The solution is to submit more manuscripts to more agents and publishers, that way although the rejections keep coming there’s always something [possibly positive] on the horizon.
That’s why I am so scared to send a manuscript in… that and the cost. One day though…
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