Famous author Rejections: Why You Should Never Give Up (Infographic)

If you’re a writer, persistence pays…here’s proof. Thanks for a great post, Kiara Halligan!

Nicholas C. Rossis

This is a guest post by the very talented Kiara Halligan, who created the Infographic for GalaxyEssay. I have often written about the subject of author rejections, and this infographic is a great way to show why you should never give up!

Famous author Rejections: Why You Should Never Give Up

A publisher once wrote a rejection letter that simply said ‘It’s badly written’. For the author, it would have spelled doom if he was not persistent. Those three little words said that he had no talent and that he just spends well over a year working hard on something that no one is interested in. Those three little words were soul-crushing.

Or they would be if the author hadn’t persisted. A couple of months later, ‘The Da Vinci Code’ was picked up by a publisher and Dan Brown became one of the…

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4 thoughts on “Famous author Rejections: Why You Should Never Give Up (Infographic)

  1. Thanks for this post, Mira!Love Ajay

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