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31 12, 2014

Obligatory 2014 Recap

2014-12-31T23:13:22-06:00December 31st, 2014|2014 Resolutions, Agents, Conferences, Mile Hi Con, Novels, Personal, Pikes Peak Writers, Publications, Rejections, Short Stories, Warmaiden|Comments Off on Obligatory 2014 Recap

Wow. What a year. Ups. Downs. Even some sideways curves thrown in. I'm not going to go through every, gritty little detail and bore you to death. Here are some highlights of the year for me! The year started out with a bang as the government decided it wanted back taxes [...]

14 01, 2011

First Rejection of 2011

2011-01-14T20:29:02-06:00January 14th, 2011|Agents, Rejections|Comments Off on First Rejection of 2011

It only took a week from the moment of query to the moment of rejection. *sigh* While I'm bummed out as I really would love to work with this agent, I'm going to keep on keepin' on and see what happens next. I think my next stop will be Barnes [...]

30 12, 2010

Fastest (and Shortest) Rejection Thus Far

2010-12-30T11:36:48-06:00December 30th, 2010|Agents, Rejections|Comments Off on Fastest (and Shortest) Rejection Thus Far

The query that I sent off on Christmas Day was rejected last night. That's a four day turn around time. That's fantastic for an agent where some of them (through no fault of their own due to their ever-increasing workload) are required to make writers wait weeks or months. I'm [...]

26 06, 2010

Partial Rejected

2010-09-17T00:33:20-06:00June 26th, 2010|Agents, Rejections, Warmaiden|Comments Off on Partial Rejected

I've neglected my web site for the past two months and it shows. I have news about the partial that was requested by the agent: rejection. I'm not sure why it was rejected because all I received was a form letter with a customized apology for not being interested. I [...]

26 03, 2010

Trifecta of Rejections

2010-09-17T00:30:58-06:00March 26th, 2010|Rejections, Short Stories|Comments Off on Trifecta of Rejections

A few days ago I received a rejection notice (and one of the better ones!) from PseudoPod. I had submitted ZOMBIE C.L.O.W.N.S. to them and their very nice letter said the story was too humorous for their market, and the letter used the plural words "we" and "us." This meant [...]