By Terry Whalin
Hopefully you've heard the saying, "If won't fly, if you don't try."
Many writers grow frustrated with the publishing world.
They pitch their idea to a series of agents or editors at
a conference. Return home and send the follow-up
material to those professionals. Then several months
down the line, they get rejected and decide,
"Guess no one wants to publish my idea."
That is not necessarily the case.
There are many reasons why your book idea was rejected.
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