E-mail was not my friend this morning.
Remember the agent who requested more of my MS a couple of weeks ago? Rejected. After careful consideration, they decided it wasn’t right for their agency.
Sounds like a pretty standard rejection, I suppose.
However, there was also an encouraging note.
A very cute concept but this didn’t feel big enough to be single-title for me. Good luck with this project.
So it would seem (though I don’t recall seeing this in their submission info) that they only represent single-title manuscripts. I’ll definitely submit the query on “Blind Date Bride” once I work it up.
Guess I’d better get busy on that, eh?
Hang in there. Persistence is the key. And rejection is something we all – unfortunately – have to deal with in this biz. Whenever I get an “R”, after feeling down, I remind myself that this wasn’t a good match for me or the editor/agent. You want someone who’s as enthusiastic about you and your writing as you are! 🙂