Vaghawan OjhaBlockedUnblockFollowFollowingA drop of water you could see that dumbly awaits in vain to spill and be a stream:Alas there is a sunshine For More: http://www.thecreativeroad.com/blog/storiesFeb 4, 2017We met for a beer one night in Melbourne near his home, I having emailed him the manuscript a month prior. I’ll never forget what he said. “I’m glad I don’t have to give you the ‘stick to your day-job’ talk. But, you need to know, getting any kind of novel published is incredibly tough and this one will be near impossible. The genre isn’t huge in Australia. It has big, and maybe too many, original ideas. It is the kind of manuscript every publisher dreams of taking a chance on but never, ever does.” So what do I do? I asked. “Firstly you need to edit it. It’s really only about fifty percent complete, there are some plot holes you need to fill, and you need to build the main character more. But more importantly you need to get the right people to read it, without them thinking they need to make a yes or no decision on it.”How To Get PublishedTim Hawken38022I’m exactly on the same situation.