Your Book Rejections Don’t Reflect On Your Writing | Writer’s Relief
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When making submissions, receiving a rejection always feels like a bold, red “X” stamped across your manuscript. But getting rejected is actually very common in the American author narrative. In this article Writer’s Relief found on lithub.com, Danielle Lazarin explains why getting book rejections doesn’t reflect on your writing—even if your manuscript never gets published.
Read more about dealing with rejections and the possibility of not getting published here.
Review Board Is Now Open! Submit your Short Prose, Poetry, or Book Today!
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