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When I was unpublished and searching for an agent, I got 20 of these 25 responses (from 2002-2004.) ... I still have all my rejection letters (there were well over 100...) // Rejection Bingo

Because the lessons you learn along the journey to publishing are what’s going to make you into a superb writer.

Literary agents like to brag that they reject anywhere from 95 to 99 percent of the manuscripts they receive. They can't all -- the manuscripts, not the agents -- be that bad.

But it's still so hard to come to the end, like sending off a child that you've raised since they were little and letting them off into the world. And it's hard, oh so hard, but you know it's what's best. And when their gone, it's like there's this empty spot in your chest, this hole that isn't filled until another book(child) comes along, and you must raise that one until it is time to send him off as well.

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