Another rejection letter
It is four months since I sent my manuscript of "God Walks These Dark Hills" to a publisher, and I have not even had a letter of rejection in this time; not that in reality, I expected anything to happen as I am an unknown writer.
I gave up hope of a reply a month ago.
As an unknown author, my only hope is to self-publish and sell lots of copies; then on the off-chance, I may get noticed, even if this did happen I need to fight the uneven war of In-House-Favouritism. IHF is what happens when a publisher seeks work from a writer known to them, but how do you get known when nobody is willing to take a chance on a newcomer?
I am used to being ignored, if I did get a genuine offer I would probably lose it because I questioned it, after a decade of fighting the inevitable can you blame me for not believing?