And I got another rejection today.
I wasn’t surprised – I expected it. I knew seven other authors who also received rejections for this particular magazine’s round of submissions. It’s part of a group of authors who are trying to help each other get published. It’s an online critique group, but we don’t have a set meeting time.
I’m a recent addition to the group, and I’m not close with many members yet. However, I find the advice fascinating and I’m glad to have a contribution to the group.
One of my favorite things is sharing things I’ve learned. I started this with my mom and other writers when I get the chance. (Yes, my mom is a writer, too, for those of you who didn’t know. One day I hope to be able to point you in the direction of her published work.)
Next month I’ll begin again, sending more things out. I’m signing up for an SCBWI-Iowa conference in April, and I’m going to be working on my submission for the manuscript critique this weekend.
2 thoughts on “February’s End”
Yea, Ransom. I’m glad your submitting and getting your name (s?) out there. Glad to hear your going to attend the SCBWI conference and sending in a manuscript for critique, too.
Be sure to register for the Muse Online Writers Conference, http://www.themuseonlinewritersconference.com. If you register for that and for the year-round forum (http://www.themuseonlinewritersconference.com/Forum.html), you’ll get some exposure, too.
Just a couple of ideas that may help.
I got a rejection yesterday as well. Must have been a good day for that. At least it was sunny. 🙂