Dealing With Rejections

That was then … now I know better.

Every “No” is one step closer to “Yes,” because through every story I write, every story I create, ever word I put on paper, every hour I spend reading, revising, editing and submitting is one step closer to seeing dreams come true. This is how the writer’s classroom works.

So today, I say one down – more to go!

Keep writing, keep submitting, keep trying!

And a reminder, Sunday is the start of National Novel Writing Month. It’s a great time to commit to pushing yourself as a writer. Spend time working on that novel you’ve always dreamed about writing. Devote a few minutes each day to getting some words onto the page. Make it a priority and you’ll see a change in how you approach your work.

For tips on dealing with NaNo or NaNoWriMo as it’s called .. check out this blog posts. You’ll notice one theme – I never quite meet my goals but the skills I’ve learned along the way have been critical in reaching my goal of being a published author.

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