Fear of Rejection

Every writer wrestles with the fear of rejection, their finely crafted words dismissed by agents, editors, publishers, readers, neighbors, spouses, children… well, I’ll stop there. But in a guest post I’ve written for Milli Thornton on the Fear of Writing blog, I discuss another case of fear of rejection, one I faced when embarking on a cross-country U.S. road trip interviewing creatives on camera. (You can catch Milli’s great guest post she wrote for this blog here.)

Feel free to hop over to Milli and Judy’s fine blog, check out my post and many other of the great posts on their site, but be sure to find your way back here when you’re done. I’ll know if you don’t, and I don’t want to feel rejected.

About Patrick Ross

I'm the author of Committed: A Memoir of the Artist's Road.

6 Responses to “Fear of Rejection”

  1. Patrick,

    I would not want you to feel rejected, either, so will continue to send new readers to your excellent blog.🙂 We’re excited to have you as our guest today, and what a wonderful post it is.

    ~ Milli

  2. Commented, of course. No rejections here.

  3. Your comment has arrived! 😀 Now on to the retweeting.

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