Dear Dish-it: I Want to Write

WantingtoWrite asks: "I want to become an author. My friends say I’m really good – good enough to get published. But there’s one problem: I’m afraid of rejection. What can I do to make my book good enough to get published?" Back to Article

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SpaceKitty14 wrote:
2013-10-10 16:42:04 -0700

search for publishers online. i tried it, now i have to edit.
scholastic is good.

warbler2000 wrote:
2012-09-30 15:36:13 -0700

I think you should give it a go! You never know what might

BellePrincessxoxoHoran_2101630 wrote:
2012-04-20 00:55:29 -0700

I have lots of fantasy and i love writing stories! but the problem is that if i get bored of a story i will leave her and begin a new one and all over again!

id350 wrote:
2011-05-29 02:46:51 -0700

i just love to write stories!!

jokesjokes wrote:
2011-05-23 05:10:23 -0700

i agree

kwm56 wrote:
2010-08-09 22:20:56 -0700

same here, i love writing stories!

awesomeCowgirl wrote:
2010-08-04 15:49:04 -0700

The reason i clicked on this one is because i feel the same way! i LOVE writing smile i do ot all the time, and i do have a journal and it DOES help. i write stories all the time and my friends and family all think im preety good. smile GOOD LUCK smile

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What's your fave book by author Roald Dahl?

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox
  • The Witches
  • Matilda
  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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