Writers – the bright side of rejection

I found this article in the Literary Hub inspiring – advising to aim for getting your work out there more often to magazines – get the envelopes, get the stamps, sort out self-addressed envelopes and post.  (In many cases nowadays, submission is electronic.)

People who became successful writers later, often began with a systematic sending out of many manuscripts and being undaunted by rejection letters, persisting.

http://lithub.com/why-you-should-aim-for-100-rejections-a-year/

“Why you should aim for 100 rejections a year”, written by Kim Liao193a08640efb13de2286e02cef95037f.jpg

photo from Literary Hub

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