Ouch. The sting of rejection is extremely painful for many authors. It’s got to hurt when someone says no to your book … your baby. Should you give up because one, five, or even twenty publishers say no? Poet Chris Robley explains why you should keep on going, and be the little writer that could. Frank Herbert’s “Dune” was rejected almost twenty times. However, after being picked up by an unlikely publisher it went on to help define the science fiction genre.
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