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Writers Get Rejected. Deal.

Courtesy of one of my favorite haunts, Literary Rejections on Display, Writer Rejected shows that even Edgar Rice Burroughs got rejected. Tarzan was huge in the end, but in 1913, it was just another unknown writer’s tiny idea. Somebody eventually shared the author’s vision.

Don’t feel bad about your latest book or short story rejection. Instead, resubmit immediately and keep going.

Filed under: Rejection, Unintentionally hilarious, Writers,

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