Inspiration, advice, and story analysis
for those who wish to sell romantic fiction to Woman's World Magazine
Sorry about the no. I'd like to see it. Sherri
I'd like to see it.
Sorry about the rejection. I hate it when they have too many of something. Most of my rejections are for that reason. I'd like to see it also.
Kate, I don't know what you do with your left over (rejected) stories, but I see there is an interesting sweepstakes for self-publishing at bookbaby.com.
Uh-oh. I just mailed a florist-themed story. OTOH, I did get a rejection this week, but it was for one submitted in Feb. I figure the longer it takes to return to me, the closer I am to being published.Kay S
Okay, I'll post it. :)I don't usually do anything with the rejects. When the Trues were still in print, I expanded a couple of rejects for them, but stopped doing it when Dorchester started having major problems. Yes, Kay, I think the longer they have it, the better. So it's funny how on the one hand, I want to hear from them. On the other hand, I DON'T want to hear from them. LOL
Awe...That's too bad!! I'd love to see your story.Thanks,Debbie
I'd love to read your story!
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