Y'see you've got the whole spooky night-time thing going on already. Cool pumpkin head!Take a rest from query hell and enjoy scaring small children - that's what I say.A spine-chillingly wonderful Halloween to you!
Thanks Janeyv. :)And, maybe you're right. I think I'd have a whole lot more sucess getting a reaction out of kids than agents.Happy Halloween to you too!
Oh the dry spells stink, Renee. Hang in there! Just know I'm constantly checking my email as well. Have a good Halloween though. Binge on candy like me:) Candy always makes you feel better.
Ah, the dry spells...when you'd even welcome a query rejection because at least it's something...It'll pick back up ; )
Thanks MoMo's. :) It's extra frustrating because I am waiting on responses from a couple of agents I queried way back at the start of the month. *sigh* I guess at this point, the answer can't be good.
Oh you never know, Renee. I still have one not replied from my first batch of queries on dragons. We'll be coming up on two months for that one...Seriously, some never answer. That's awesome, I tell you. Or they answer like five months later with a partial request, as Kiersten has experienced.
hang in there -- I've finding it takes time!! Loved your pumpkin! Did you see my first rejection was one line --now--do you really want to hope for that???
lol, you've got a point Terri. :) And, chances are, the first thing to break my dry spell will be a rejection.
You know what'll happen, right? All the responses will arrive this week. When it rains, it pours! Then you'll be busy preparing your partials/fulls!
Ah, Joanne, may that be the case! Thanks for the ray of hope. :)
I'm right with you. Reject me! Accept me! Anything, the silence is killing me. I say that now, but then I get a rejection and change my mind...silence at least breeds hope. :)
It's true, Kasie. :) When an agent takes a while to get back to me, I always hope that they are thoughtfully considering my query. (lol, hows that for wishful thinking?)
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