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6 Things To Remember When Your Work is Rejected

It doesn’t mean you’re a bad writer

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So you’ve been writing for a while now. Your friends and family love your work. You decide to start submitting to publications or different writing contests. And then the unimaginable happens.

You don’t win the contest. Your work isn’t accepted into the publication.




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Sarah Marie

Sarah Marie

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