Excerpt from Lori's Reading Corner:
For any writer that has submitted a book idea or query to an agent or publisher it’s highly likely you have received a rejection letter. Here are a few ways to cope:
1. Use a rejection letter as motivation and write something even better. Whether that’s a modification to the original story or something more over the top, don’t become frustrated. Keep writing!
2. Crumble up the rejection letter and rifle it into the garbage. Then head to your nearest pub and drink tequila while loud rock music plays on the juke box. If you’re old school, then get yourself a bottle of bourbon, turn on some John Coltrane, turn off the lights and just ride it out.
3. The good news is that now you can write a guest post called “How to Avoid The Rejection Blues.”
Read the FULL guest Blog Post HERE
David S. Grant is the author of "Blood: The New Red", follow on Twitter .david_s_grant