It is hard to face a rejection, but it is necessary.
Every writer sooner or later will nourish a longstanding relationship with rejection. The history says that if you are getting rejected, you are in a fine company. Quite a few authors get a green signal from the publishers at the very first approach. However, getting published does not always mean that one is a good writer, not even the best sellers let you gain the dignity of an esteemed author. What sets a benchmark for you is the number of minds you have managed to capture and inspired to think alike!
Rejection must be followed by success & not otherwise, for Team PepperScript believes that one must, “pull the strength someone put in to de-motivate you to motivate yourself because, hope is beautiful.”
George Orwell, Patrick White, Norman Mailer, D. H. Lawrence, and Leo Tolstoy were all knocked back by publishers. J. K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame was rejected…
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