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The Self-indulgent Writier

Posted on August 18, 2023 by Franklyn Helfinstine
A writer can't ever be self indulgent whether writing fiction, non-fiction, or poetry.If one writes and then please one's self, the probability of publication becomes remote.Editors and agents can be aware of this author quickly and dismiss such writing with a short rejection slip.Although self-gratification is definitely part of one's writing, it will not function as most crucial motive for writing...

The Iniquitous Slip

Posted on April 28, 2022 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Rejection slips will be the bane of most writers, yet they're inevitable.Probably the most successful of writers had their share of these, and even have them now that they're prosperous.Although rejections are inescapable, they ought to not be looked at maleficent; they must be considered helpful.Though when first received, they may be disheartening, they must be contemplated as a very important learning experience...

A Few Brief Tips to Deal with Writing Rejection

Posted on September 25, 2021 by Franklyn Helfinstine
You have just finished your book, sent out query letters and was rejected.What is left to do? You could give up, but I would not suggest this.Here's some brief ideas on how best to manage rejection.Have a breatherYou have probably been wondering and rattling your brain as to why you have rejected.Have a rest, not a long one.some time for a breather.If you continue to constantly analyze why you're rejected, you will drive yourself crazy...