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Rejections aren’t Inspired.

Rejections aren’t inspired. Seriously. If a guy at a publishing house is having a rough day: rejection. If a market may not quite be ready for it: rejection. If a person can’t quite figure out how to sell for a big enough profit: rejection. None of that is inspired.

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100 Rejections

For your weekend contemplation: An article titled “Why You Should Aim for 100 Rejections a Year.”

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Eight year old comfort

Sometimes the best comfort a rejected writer can receive is her eight-year old daughter commenting, “Oh, that one? I remember that one. I just don’t see why they would reject that one!” 🙂 Thanks, darlin’.

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