Thick Skin Ahead: Why you must write for your audience.

reading-freestockphotosI get the impression that many writers think that the hardest part of the publishing process is getting an agent.

This is hardly the case. I know the submissions process to agents is tough. It’s an uphill email battle that makes you feel alone, sending submissions out into the abyss.

I hate to break it to you, but the submissions and rejection process never really ends.

…Once you get an agent, your agent submits your manuscript or proposal to editors who may or may not connect with it.

…Once you get an editor, your editor submits your manuscript to other authors to get blurbs who may or may not come back with some.

…Once you get your blurbs and the book is finished production, you are submitted for print and online reviews.  Continue reading Thick Skin Ahead: Why you must write for your audience.

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