Marlon James, Stephen King, Alex Haley: The Success Stories That Lead Writers to Romanticize Rejection - The Atlantic https://t.co/szdV3DTCiP
“She was the funniest, wisest, fiercest, sharpest person I’ve known, a witchy and wonderful woman, intensely practical, filled with opinions, who wrote the best books about magic..." @neilhimself, in tribute to his friend, Diana Wynne Jones, born today in London (1934-2011).2
Penn Jillette (@pennjillette): “...when you say ‘those people’ you’ve made a huge error because there are no ‘those people.’ They don’t exist.” https://t.co/l5cfptq6N2
Dreaming of Tasmania & @becjee. Sad to wake up.
While querying, I once got a rejection that said they, “hated the voice but loved the plot”. In the SAME DAY, I got a rejection saying they, “loved the voice but hated the plot.
You guys, publishing is SO SUBJECTIVE.