The Rejection Generator Project

29 April 2013 / 2 comments
Last year I came across The Stoneslide Corrective's Rejection Generator Project. It's a cleverly devised tool to help writers deal with rejection before an editor looks at a submission. The more rejections you receive, the more you increase your pain threshold. If you use the Rejection Generator Project often enough, you can build up RI, otherwise known as Rejection Immunity.

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26 April 2013 / Leave a Comment

Exciting news, in June 2013 Little, Brown Book Group will launch the first digital literary imprint from a major UK publisher. The Blackfriars website will feature a ‘reader recommends’ function where the general public can suggest their favourite unpublished writers. I contacted Blackfriars to find out more ...

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Manuscript assessments - Kirstie Innes-Will

15 April 2013 / 3 comments

If you are serious about your manuscript, I highly recommend commissioning a professional manuscript assessment. I have had two manuscript assessments done and each time I have received 5 or 6 pages of carefully considered notes that have made me think more deeply about my own work. Friends and family make fantastic readers, but once you get your manuscript to a certain point it is worth engaging a professional to help you take it to the next level. I asked manuscript assessor Kirstie Innes-Will more about commissioning a professional manuscript appraisal ...

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