Sorry, not for us.
A short sentence like the above on your returned manuscript is if nothing else better than a standard rejection and a step in the right direction. However, it’s not enough to offer insight into what you’re doing wrong and why that (or so you thought), perfect story keeps getting rejected.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if editors gave us some feedback into what we’re doing wrong?
The chances are that’s not going to happen but all is not lost.
Next month, I’m teaching a new class called Rejection Guaranteed.
We’ll go through all the common reasons for editors rejecting a manuscript and what you can do to turn these mistakes into a polished manuscript that ups the odds of a yes instead of a no.
It’s a four week class, the lessons arrive in your inbox so you don’t need to be present at any day or time.
Here’s the link for more details and how to sign up.
Hope to ‘see’ you in class.