Congratulations. 25 is a milestone.
Thanks, David.My goal this year, as it is every year, is to average one acceptance per week. This year I'm ahead of schedule.I'd cross my fingers and hope this trend continues, but it's darned hard to type with crossed fingers...
"One acceptance per week" and ahead of schedule is incredible.
How many times was it rejected before somebody saw the light?
This would imply that some folks took a long time to make a rejection decision.
Actually, the first five rejections were pretty quick. The last rejection was in 2004, and the story sat in my filing cabinet until a few months ago.Sometimes it happens like that. Once a story exhausts the current markets, there's nothing to do except wait until the markets change--new markets arise, old markets change editors or needs, etc.--and then the story can circulate again.Sometimes a story finds a home in the changed marketplace. Sometimes it goes back in the filing cabinet and waits until the markets change yet again.
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