Views on rejection from successful writers
I saw this article, 12 Famous Writers on Literary Rejection, and it's too good not to share. My favorite is what Sylvia Plath said: "I love my rejection slips. They show me I try." Writers, we need to learn what we can from rejection and then move f-o-r-w-a-r-d!
What other choice do you have?
Personally, I think quitting would be just as difficult as continuing. Guess I'm as stubborn as I am focused. For your sake, I hope you are, too.
What about you? How do you cope with rejection?