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Ask These 3 Questions To Use Rejections and Editors’ Notes To Your Advantage

Where is it coming from? What is the intention? Would it help?

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I could start this off by saying, “you are not entitled to anything,” “an editor is always right,” or “we deal with 100 writers like you, so cut us some slack.” But I won’t. What I would want you to know more than anything is I

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