Guest Post: The Submission Game–Overcoming Rejection

Guest Post, Novels, Preparing to Submit
By Stephanie Campbell The submission game is one of the toughest things that writers have to face. You pour your life into your bookā€”hours and hours of time spent to tweak the words into submission. You find a literary agent or a publisher and you send the manuscript in, waiting with bated breath. You feel like you are going mad, waiting for the reply. Then you get it. It goes something like this: Dear Writer, Thank you so much for taking your time to submit to publisher XYZ. While we appreciate your submission, it is not a good fit for us at this time. Best of luck to you and your writing endeavors. Sincerely, Editor X Heartbreak. Instant shattering. No, I am not just writing that to be poetic. I…
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Musa Author Interview: Stephanie Campbell

Today I am very pleased to introduce Stephanie Campbell, author of Dragon Night. I am currently reading Dragon Night, published by Urania, Musa's speculative fiction imprint, on the Kindle I got for Christmas. I'm more than halfway through the book and I've enjoyed every step along the way. It's a great honour to have her here today. 1. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your book, Dragon Night? I'm twenty-one years old and have been writing since I was twelve. People in the publishing world often tell me that I'm "still a baby." I have heard that phrase used on me quite often. I'm a go-getter, at least when it comes to the things that I want and love, so I don't let my age or anything…
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