Dealing with Rejection

On Monday, I talked a little about the stigma attached to vanity presses.

We all seemed to be in agreement that self-published books are not viewed with the same level of respect as traditionally published books, even if the writing is of the same or better caliber. Writer’s Digest has pulled together a guide to self-publishing that can answer any questions you might have about that method of getting into print.

Continue reading at the new home of Jen’s Writing Journey.

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3 responses to “Dealing with Rejection

  1. how true it is.

    BTW I got my second rejection, but it has great feedback. I should make the changes, and get back to querying.

  2. Jennifer Roland

    A rejection with feedback is the best kind. It means that you were doing something right.

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