Bracha Goetz, author of dozens of spiritual children’s books and a memoir, shares about her experiences with rejection.
Sometimes, finding the right question is more important than finding the right answer.
When Your Angst Isn’t About What You Think It’s About
Isn’t it wonderful that I’m back in the querying process so I have no end of material for you all?! Last week, I came down from the high of the Saturday night full manuscript request rather quickly. I got one form rejection Thursday night, and another Friday morning. And as I munched on my second […]
The Creative Resilience of Netta Barzilai
Most years, I pretty much ignore the Eurovision song contest. But this year there’s been so much hype around my country’s highly unusual representative–the indomitable Netta Barzilai–that ignoring it has been absolutely impossible. Now, to be clear, part of the reason I usually ignore the contest is that the music is typically not to my […]
Rejection Survivor Interview: Savannah “Savvy” Thorne
Happy 2018! (Nothing like some good discussion of rejection and failure to kick off the year, right?! 😉 ) Today’s Rejection Survivor Interview is with Savannah Thorne, author of several books (as yet unpublished) and professional writer and editor with over 10 years of experience writing for magazines, blogs, and literature collections. As an editor, her […]