This week I've received TWO rejections!
I'm so excited by this because it means that there are two agents who actually looked at my query. Maybe most agents don't have the time enough to even send out a stock rejection email, but I have to say: I am grateful for these two agents who took the time to send some kind of notification.
Despite the disappointment that a rejection letter brings, I'm happy to know that someone has at least read my queries. I'm also motivated to keep researching until I find the right representation for me and my writing projects. Now, it's time to buckle down and work on my goals. I don't want to make things so challenging that I feel overwhelmed and give up, so I kept them simple:
1. Research and submit a query to one agent each week.
2. Write three new scenes each week.
3. Write at least one blog post each week (That's right, I'm about to throw more of my words out on the internet).