Check out this great post from the Novelty Revisions blog on everything you learn each time your writing gets rejected.
We’ve talked about rejection a lot on this blog this year. The more I write about writing, the more I get to interact with fellow writers — and the more in-tune I become with the things you’re all struggling with — like rejection, and self-doubt.
That’s what I love most about running Novelty Revisions. I’m constantly learning right along with you. A good writer is on a continuous quest to learn as she grows.
The best way to learn anything, as a writer, is to pay attention to what’s going on around you as you’re in the midst of the action.
Which is why I don’t think we need to be as afraid of getting rejected as we often are.
Like it or not, each no or lack of response teaches you something new about the process … or reinforces something you still need to learn.
Here’s everything even one…
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