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