Advice from an Editor

Dealing with rejection

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As a writer, I’ve been rejected more times than I can keep track of it. It’s part of the process. As an editor for over two years, I’ve rejected more work than I can keep track of. I say work, because I am not rejecting the person who wrote the pieces. I am rejecting the specific piece(s) of work they sent in.

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Author, editor of Printed Words, co-host of Reading in Bed (podcast). copywriter and ghostwriter. https://amandasteelwriter.wordpress.com/

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Amanda Steel

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Author, editor of Printed Words, co-host of Reading in Bed (podcast). copywriter and ghostwriter. https://amandasteelwriter.wordpress.com/

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