Rejection

Crossposted from aubreygross.com. Rejection. It’s a word none of us really like. I mean, come on. Rejection sucks. As a teen and young adult it usually means someone you’re interested in has said “thanks, but no thanks” or successfully friend-zoned you. Professionally it can mean all kinds of things–you didn’t get that job you thought you had in the bag, you were fired, or someone didn’t like your work. As an author rejection means an agent or editor decided–for a variety of reasons–they don’t want your story. In the world of organ transplants, rejection means the recipient’s body has suddenly …

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