Rejection Project Month 4 Report: That’s Acceptable

New to my blog? Read about my Quest to Get 50 Rejection Letters in 2016 here April was an absolute, utter, total disaster for my Rejection Project. Not only did I only received two measly rejections, something truly horrible happened. I was accepted. An extremely personal essay I wrote about pregnancy depression was accepted forContinue reading “Rejection Project Month 4 Report: That’s Acceptable”

Rejection Project, Month 3 Report: 133% Success Rate

If you’re new to my blog, you can read about my 2016 Rejection Project here It’s officially spring. Fresh flowers and rejection letters are a-bloomin’ everywhere. March 2016 was an intense month for me. After the initial post-birth adrenaline wore off some time in late February, the realities of caring for a tiny, helpless humanContinue reading “Rejection Project, Month 3 Report: 133% Success Rate”

Rejection Project Month 2 Report: Two ‘Nos’ and a Baby

February was quite a month over at Rejection Central (my apartment). In the second month of my quest for a year filled with rejection, I’ve already DOUBLED my success rate. If you’re new on the scene, you can read about the 2016 Ultimate Rejection Project here In January, I scored a piddly ONE rejection offContinue reading “Rejection Project Month 2 Report: Two ‘Nos’ and a Baby”

Rejection Retraction: I’m failing at failing

I’m an even bigger failure at failing than I thought. I celebrated the first month of Rejection Project 2016 this weekend by boasting that I’d already scored 2 rejection letters towards this year’s ultimate goal of 50. I was wrong. I was sure one of the sketches I’d gotten rejected from the CBS Diversity ShowcaseContinue reading “Rejection Retraction: I’m failing at failing”

Rejection Project Month 1 Report: 2 Down, 48 to Go

  I’m going to have to start working a lot harder at getting rejected. I am way behind. At the beginning of 2016, I set a goal to acquire no less than 50 rejection letters for my writing over the course of this year. See the post here I estimated I’d have to make atContinue reading “Rejection Project Month 1 Report: 2 Down, 48 to Go”

2016: The Year of Rejection

2016 is going to be a painful year, and not just because I plan to squeeze a giant baby out of my delicate lady parts sometime around Valentine’s Day. The pain of giving birth is supposed to be, like, “difficult” and stuff, but I have something potentially more excruciating planned for my new year. IContinue reading “2016: The Year of Rejection”