After years of heartbreaking rejections from agents, and major rewrites and revisions, I was ready to throw in the towel. I decided to try the Independent Small Publishers.
**Success**Years later and after having my third book published, why do I still feel like a newbie?
Even now, it's disheartening to received those dreaded rejection letters on a new ms. I decided to try the traditional route again. Why do this to myself?
I'm assuming all writer's feel the same triumphant feeling when you receive the email that says, "I loved your submission!" or "Please send me the full in a word document."
How do you express yourself when you read or hear good writerly news?
I'm Truly Blessed to be where I am! And I can't say enough to writers just starting out: Read, Read, Read, and Perseverance, Perseverance, Perseverance!
And a Little Luck!!!