On my Kindle: Once upon a Tower by Eloisa James
Talk Back – Tell us how you write!
As I’m starting the process of submitting my manuscript to agents, which I haven’t done in a while, my brain is leaving the “I’m awesome/I’m horrible” state to a more realistic “I’m normal” mind-frame as my rejections start piling in.
Yep it hurts. And that why stumbling upon an article about rejections by author Tobias Buckell really helped me this week.
Go ahead and read it. I’ll stay here and wait for you.
Done? Helpful isn’t it?
I never done much in way of tracking rejections beside making sure I don’t submit the same story to the same person twice. But now I’m thinking of using some kind of spreadsheet for life.
Just as a way of reminding myself that rejections are part of the writer job and that there will never be a time in my career when I will no longer get them.
So tell me… Do you track your rejection? And how do you do that? Spreadsheet? Notebook? Your bedroom wall?
The floor is all yours! Let’s hear from you 🙂