Self-publishing several previous children’s books, I had no idea how intimidating the “real” publishing world is. From the query, the literary agents, the publishing companies, and then onward to the dreaded “wait-and-see if they’re interested in my manuscript” months, it feels…brutal. I’m still in that last phase of hurry up and wait, but I’m curious how many others out there feel the same angst every time they submit a manuscript? What do you do to pass the time, besides research and writing?
Published by Melissa Riddell (The Wordy Wench)
I love to read, and I love to write. By the time I was seventeen, I'd collected over 2,500 books. One could probably say I was a bit of a bibliophile. That love carried me over into adulthood, and branched into a desire to write my own stories. View all posts by Melissa Riddell (The Wordy Wench)