This is a great article about how to change one agent’s no into another agent’s yes. I love the list of what each comment actually means…it’s realistic, and is something every author should understand.
Check out this article on how to handle the rejections that are a part of every writer’s life. Mark McGuinness has a background as a psychotherapist before becoming an author’s coach, so his advice is founded in longstanding theories and practices.
Joan Gelfand recently shared this:
According to Writer’s Relief, the writer’s submission service, the average writer has a 4% acceptance rate. A good writer has a 10% rate and if you’re really lucky 20% and higher.
This essay provides 5 tips for handling rejection letters. They range from honoring your very real emotional response to moving on to the next opportunity.