“You’ll always miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretzky I decided when I was about five years old that I was going to be a famous author when I grew up. And throughout my public school years, I wrote fearlessly, proudly displaying my stories (some of which were much better than others)... Continue Reading →
Rejection: Huh, Good Glory, Ya’ll. What Is It Good For?
The road to publication is paved with rejection slips. And you do need to read past, "We regret to inform you..." Because potentially, there's some revision information in there. Don't get super-invested in each rejection, but if your manuscript doesn't go anywhere after several rounds, it's time for some analysis. First, you have to categorize... Continue Reading →