Love this! It’s okay and totally natural to get bummed out about rejection. Keep on keeping on, Kim! Good vibes and positive thoughts sent your way, you’ll land that contract and these rejections will make the victory that much sweeter when the time comes!
By Kim Carmichael
Seriously, there is no better way to talk about rejection than starting with the fact that at its very core it sucks. It bites the big one. Rejection can go f itself.
Many, many writers write about rejection. It’s a universal truth for authors sort of ingrained in us like “show don’t tell.” Everyone tells authors to develop a thick skin, they will tell rejection happens to everyone, and my favorite is that the world will cite a ton of famous authors who have also been rejected. Of course these authors are now famous so no offense…
That’s all well and good, but it doesn’t really account for the fact that when rejection happens to you it is really painful.
I am an emotional person, but in all honesty when I decided to once again delve out of world of self-publishing to pursue my dream of landing…
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