28 comments on “Look on the Bright Side

  1. Thanks for posting this one. I think this is important for all writers to understand. One rejection or multiple rejections don’t mean one’s writing is a rejectee. Much of being a writer is just persistence.

  2. Yes to this! I have seen a lot of negativity lately too, about how striving for a writing career is a dream that will fail. But why is it so bad to reach for the dream you want? Not everything is always a failure, and it’s an individual’s perseverance and hard work which will see them through if they are really serious about it 🙂

    • People are rarely discouraged when they say they want to be a vet, a doctor and so on, which takes a lot of hard work and perseverance. It’s a shame so many people discourage those who want to be creative.

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  4. I was only just thinking about some of those authors today 🙂 Thank you for sharing! In my mind, these people get picked up straight away. Imagine being the publishers who said no – I wonder if there is recourse….

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