Here’s what I consider an example of a form rejection letter done right: It doesn’t offer uselessly general advice, generic statements about what the agent is or is not looking for, lengthy attempts to justify the rejection, or nonspecific critiques. It’s just a simple “no thank you, try again”, which in my opinion is all a form rejection needs.
Of course, the handwritten “Best Wishes” is nice too.
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4 thoughts on “Random Rejection: Doyen Literary Services”
Good ‘n’ honest. Ayup.
That is nice. I wish I had a rejection letter like that. 🙂
“Unfortunately our enormous…” WHAT?!?! WHAT?!?!?
I posted my thoughts on rejection today.