AT TIMES, trying to get work published can seem overwhelming. Other times it can seem easy. And still at other times it can seem totally disheartening.
The biggest problem writers face when trying to get published is getting emotional about the whole process, being reactive instead of proactive.
Beginners often send out a single piece of work at a time to a single publication or blog. This may be a story they feel is their very best, and so if it gets rejected, they often take that as a rejection of themselves, their talent, vision, or style, when this is almost never the case.
To prevent getting emotional about publishing and to best optimize your time, we recommend the following 4 ways to increase your chances of publishing.