New: Hello Rejection, My Old Friend

Whenever we submit a part of our soul that we translated into words, we do so armed with nothing but the hope that the person reading our work will understand it.

Sometimes they do. Most times they don’t.

Rejection scrapes the heart. But, well, there’s nothing to do about it. In fact, rejection is as much a part of being a writer as punching those damn keys. It’s as much a part of being a writer as the edits and the rewrites and the social media marketing.

Rejection is this universe’s way of testing our commitment to our cause. If we wouldn’t have to deal with rejection, everyone would be a writer.

Click here to read the article.

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  1. Cristian, An excellent post that certainly explains, not only what famous writers have been rejected, but the importance of carrying on regardless and just “continue writing”. I will now try and take your advice, as writing my memoire is getting slower and sloooower.
    Thanks for getting some of us back on track
    Regards, Phil

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