Writer’s Block vs. Submission Block

We came. We pitched. Did we send?

After pitching their beloved projects to editors and agents at a writers conference (such as the Guild’s annual Writing for the Soul), many writers leave meetings thrilled to have been told, “Send that to me. I’d like to take a look at it.” But editors report they often never see the projects they invite writers to send.

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2 Responses to Writer’s Block vs. Submission Block

  1. Daniel Holly says:

    Wow!! What motivation. Those were exactly the words I needed to hear. Thank you for that.

  2. AnnMarie Costa says:

    I really appreciate this blog post. I have been battling with submission block for sometime but I now feel I can take those important next steps. I have also decided to sign up for a second course with the Christian Writers Guild. Thank you.