For some road-to-publishing fun, I decided to take some of the most [in]famous rejection letters (sent to UBER famous authors), and combine them into one hellish rejection.
May the dreaded form rejection never look quite-so-bad again, my fellow author-ly types. Have a fabulous day. <3333
*Rejection excerpts taken from the following authors/works:
LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
THE WAR OF THE WORLDS by HG Wells
CARRIE by Stephen King
THE DEER PARK by Norman Mailer
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS by Kenneth Grahame
LORD OF THE FLIES by William Golding
LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER by DH Lawrence
Jorge Luis Borges
4 thoughts on “Thanks, but no thanks. (Fake) Rejection letter hell.”
After this, I can no longer dread any rejection letter. Too funny!
Thank you! *bows* Glad you enjoyed it my friend! Happy Monday <333
Haha! For a second, I was worried these were some you had received and I was going to take names and numbers! Nobody messes w/my twinkie! Hee.
Great funny post, pal! Hope you’re having a fabulous day, and that you’ll be hearing some very POSITIVE feedback from your queries soon. 🙂
LOL! I could SO picture you doing that too, twin! Thanks for the chuckle this morning 🙂
Thank you for the query/submission well wishes! Here’s hoping one of the agents that currently has it falls in lurve. 😉 Have a fantabulous day my dear!
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