Becoming a Rhino: How to deal with Rejection, An Article by Gerry McCullough

Good job Gerry never gave up else we would not have any of her wonderful books and stories.

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I often hear from people who want to write a book but don’t know how or where to begin. Or from people who have already written a book that’s ready for publication but don’t know how to get it published. I recently began a new blog series, Writing and Publishing Tips From Authors Around the World, to help writers.

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The eighteenth contributor is U.K. author Gerry McCullough and she’s here to talk about dealing with rejection.

Becoming a Rhino: How to deal with Rejection by Gerry McCullough

I’ve been writing since childhood, with the encouragement of my primary school teachers, but it was when I was in my teens that I started sending things off to publishers/ magazines, and piling up the rejections. PG Wodehouse once said that he had enough rejections to paper the wall of his study. By the time I had a study, I had enough rejections…

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  1. gerrymccullough

    Thanks so much for reblogging this, Juliet!

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