An explanation for the Feistner Fiscal Year (FFY)
I’m going to try for a mini NaNo in March, among other updates
There is a definite value in staying the course, and working hard to find opportunities, especially in publishing. But there’s also a big component that is out of one’s control: being in the right time and place.
If editing was an RPG I’d be still in leather armour and fighting dire rats.
“It goes like this: describe – in detail, with precision – some architecture, someone’s clothing, something in your POV character’s visual field.”
The fun scenes are done and you’re stuck with filling in all the gaps. You have three choices: slog, panic, or start something new. Unless there’s a way to rekindle the fun..
So How Goes Trying To Get Published, Victoria: the “Full Manuscript Request” Edition
My little baby is crawling! It’s on its way! Not only have I sent out my first queries, but I’ve already received my first rejection for it!
One thing that occurred to me while doing last year’s 100 Rejection Challenge was that, just like focusing on obtaining acceptances, collecting rejections is still dependent on other people’s decisions.
Monday I counted my 150th rejection of 2018.