Some weeks, it just seems like people are telling you to stop. Don’t bother working on that particular manuscript. No, really. No one ever sells in that genre until they have a track record someplace else.
- Hearing about a manuscript that sounds all too like the one you are writing.
- Being told that this market particular market you are writing in is oversaturated.
- Reading that unpublished writers cannot break into the genre or format that encompasses your manuscript.
- Learning that your top publisher has closed to all but agented manuscripts.
The next session of her new course, Pitching, Querying and Submitting Your Work will begin on August 2, 2021). Coping with rejection is one of the topics she will cover in this course.
Sue is also the instructor for Research: Prepping to Write Nonfiction for Children and Young Adults (next session begins August 2, 2021) and Writing Nonfiction for Children and Young Adults (next session begins August 2, 2021).