Rejection, it sucks. If you’re here, you’ve probably followed this link from somewhere on twitter or facebook where writers share tips, advice or pep-talks and, unfortunately, that probably means you know the fear of the rejection letter.
It’s easy for us to think, because we got that letter, that it says something about the actual quality of our story. Even if it’s just the opinion of one person, that opinion is devastating because it holds the weight of someone who, at the very least, has control over your career for however long it may be in front of them. And, with an opinion of that weight, it’s hard not to take it personally. But there’s something that people need to understand about rejections, something that’s hard to grasp:
If you’re ready, they rarely have anything to do with you. Continue reading What Most Rejections Really Mean