Welcome to Following the Whispers blog

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit. Hope you enjoy your stay. I blog here on Monday and Tuesday. This blog was created at the time my memoir came out, in February, 2009. Its motto was: creating a life of inner peace and self-acceptance from the depths of despair.

"ONLY ONE THING IS MORE FRIGHTENING THAN SPEAKING YOUR TRUTH, AND THAT IS NOT SPEAKING IT." Naomi Wolf

"We are called human beings, not human doings."
Wes Nisker, Buddhist teacher

"The way to do is to be."
Laotzu

"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs..(And) if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly."
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Friday, June 10, 2011

Elizabeth Spann Craig - Guest Post

I want to thank Elizabeth S. Craig http://mysterywritingismurder.blogspot.com/ for choosing Following the Whispers as one of the blogs on her blog tour.  For those of you who don't know her, Elizabeth writes cozy mysteries and her blog is a fabulous resource for seasoned and beginning writers. Elizabeth graciously chose a topic suited to my blog - how to handle the emotional roller-coaster that is the querying process. Here are her thoughts on that.

Staying Encouraged During Querying—by Elizabeth S. Craig

Being a writer isn’t easy.

Publishing is a business that demands a thick skin—but writers are frequently artistic, thoughtful, and sensitive. It takes a lot of courage to submit our work for publication and put ourselves in the position of having our work constructively criticized, or even rejected.  

No matter how prepared we think we are for rejections, they still sting when we receive them.

I’ve got a whole drawer of rejections that I received during my lengthy querying process.  I remember the sinking feeling I got every time I opened the mailbox and saw my own self-addressed, stamped envelope lying in there. 

Fortunately, I was able to convert some of that disappointment into a strengthened resolve, but it wasn’t easy.  Here are some of my thoughts on ways to stay encouraged during the querying process:

Stay busy, creatively, while you receive rejections and wait for agent or editor responses.  I always think that moving on to the next book is the best plan, but it doesn’t have to be a book.  It can be poetry, flash fiction, art, music, dance—as long as it’s creative.  Staying creative made me feel like the process wasn’t beating me down…that I was still an artist, still a creative person. 

Take encouragement from other writers—either the online community or local writers. Other writers can genuinely understand what you’re experiencing and offer support and encouragement.  Friends and family might sympathize…or they might fuss that you’ve put yourself in the position of getting hurt to begin with.  They’re looking out for you, but they may not completely understand why you’d want to continue writing and submitting (and sometimes they might discourage you from continuing the process.)

Be proactive.  Have a Plan B.  Allow yourself to think the worst…because writers are dreamers, and when the dream seems endangered, sometimes we want to retreat. It’s better to enter a querying round (and that’s what I’d think of it as…round 1. Not the only round) by saying, “I’m giving this my best shot.  If these agents don’t want it, I’ll try Agent X, Agent Y, and Agent Z.  I’ll also submit directly to Publisher A, who said they were open to unsolicited manuscripts. And while I wait, I’ll work on Project 2.”  

Remember that, no matter how personal it feelsyou’re not the one being rejected.  Your manuscript is.  And when agents or editors say “Although this manuscript isn’t for me, not everyone may feel that way…” they do mean it.  Maybe that agent no longer wants to represent that particular subgenre and wants to branch out into other areas.  Maybe they feel the market isn’t looking for books like yours right now (trends change.)  There could well be another agent who is looking for the type of book you wrote and has a connection with a publisher who is acquiring those kinds of books. 

Try to keep some distance from your writing.  The book isn’t you—it’s something you’ve created.  It’s only natural to want people to enjoy our writing, but it’s good to remember that the writing is our creation, not an extension of ourselves. 

How do you stay encouraged during the querying process?

Bio:  Elizabeth writes the Memphis Barbeque series for Penguin/Berkley (as Riley Adams), the Southern Quilting mysteries (2012) for Penguin/NAL, and the Myrtle Clover series for Midnight Ink. She blogs daily at Mystery Writing is Murder, which was named by Writer’s Digest as one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers for 2010 and 2011.

Twitter: @elizabethscraig



And don't forget to check out Elizabeth's new release: Finger Lickin' Dead.


Murder hits close again to Lulu's barbeque restaurant after a food critic is found dead. When her granddaughters discover the body, and friends are suspected of the crime, Lulu once again investigates to clear the names of the people she loves. http://tinyurl.com/2votpjh (Amazon) and http://tinyurl.com/42beqol (Barnes and Noble.)  

325 comments:

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Paul Anthony Shortt said...

Great post, and important advice!

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Wonderful and interesting post.

Yvonne,

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Good advice! Easy to forget the book isn't really us.

Margot Kinberg said...

Elizabeth - Those are very useful pieces of advice! Thanks. I think the ones that really stand out for me are keeping busy and having a Plan B. The more empowered one feels, the easier the wait is. Oh, and the process is doubly hard without the support of other writers as well as friends and family - you're so right there.

Mason Canyon said...

Elizabeth, wonderful advice for anything one tackles in life. Sometimes if one road gets blocked, it could lead to a great adventure down a side path.

Karen, thanks for hosting Elizabeth today.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress
Freelance Editing By Mason

Simon Hay Soul Healer said...

Elizabeth, wonderful advice. I need a plan B, and C. A new project works for me :)

Teresa aka Journaling Woman said...

And that's it, Elizabeth, we need not take it personally. It's a business and not intended as a personal attack.

Thanks for hosting today, Karen.

Joanne said...

Wise words for writers. I'm querying two projects right now, and as I wait for responses, I've got a revision going on with a different manuscript. I definitely need to be engaged in a creative process while I wait.

Talli Roland said...

Thank you, Elizabeth - and thank you, Karen, for having her here! I like the tip to have a Plan B.

Anonymous said...

Great job! Thanks for hosting Elizabeth today, Karen. This was very helpful and I'll keep my mind on it for the next little while (uh, the rest of my life?) as I query away.
Jan Morrison

Dafeenah said...

Great advice. Thanks for the tips. I most like "the book isn't you it's something you created". My writing always feels like my babies and imagine someone calling your baby ugly. It definitely stings so this is something I need to work on.

Jules said...

Thanks to both of you, dang sound advice right there. Happy weekend to you both! :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

L.G.Smith said...

Good advice about keeping busy with another project. It's usually the only thing that can take your mind off the querying.

Hart Johnson said...

Such an important set of reminders! I really cope best if I am EDITING because editing is disconnected from the emotion to some degree. Writing takes a hit from me being stressed and I don't do it as well, but editing can make me forget I've even got anything out there.

I think it is also important to remember the continuum... at first it's FORM rejections, then PERSONALIZED rejections or requests for partials, then more requests... And think about people like JK Rowling who got a ton of rejections for the BEST BOOKS EVER.

Mary Aalgaard said...

Elizabeth, your book sounds so good. Thanks for being a guest on Karen's blog, good topic, too. I've been focusing on the smaller picture - feeling success locally. Maybe the big picture will happen later, maybe it won't. It doesn't happen for everyone, but I can still be creative and accepted right here in my own community.

Karen Walker said...

Elizabeth, thank you so much for this wonderful guest post. It is extremely helpful. And thank all of you who came by, perhaps for the first time, to read Elizabeth's wise words. I think I like having guest writers, especially ones like Elizabeth!!!
Karen

GigglesandGuns said...

Great advice. ot taking it personally is harder than it seems.

Stephen Tremp said...

Having a Plan B is a great idea. Honestly, I do not have one. Nor have I considered developing one. I've always gone full tilt with what I have. Maybe I should consider a Plan B. Have a great weekend!

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

What a wonderful ... and helpful ... guest blog. One of the most difficult parts of the querying process is maintaining equilibrium in the face of rejection. Intellectually, we know rejection of our work isn't personal, but because our work springs from such a personal place, it's hard, in practice, to separate from our literary babies.

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Paul--Thanks! And thanks for coming by.

Welcome to my world of poetry--Thanks so much! :)

Alex--It sure is!

Margot--I think it's the total lack of control that can be most upsetting about the process. But we DO have some control over our reactions and what we do in the meantime while we wait.

Mason--Every time God slams shut a door, he opens a window. :)

Simon Hay Soul Healer--Always good to have a fall-back plan! Makes me feel more in control. :)

Teresa--It sure is...it's funny how art doesn't seem like it *should* be a business. But there are people who go to work at these publishers every day with their briefcases...lawyers, editors, art directors, marketing folks. They definitely remind me that it's a business.

Joanne--It sounds like you've got an excellent plan. Good luck with the projects!

Talli--Thanks! And thanks for coming by. :)

Jan--Best of luck with your querying! I queried for ages, myself--but keeping busy is probably the best way to handle the stress.

Dafeenah--I think it's the same with our kids, too--I used to feel TOO sensitive about my children--that if they were slighted or criticized in some way, that *I* was the one getting criticized. But that's not true...they're their own people. But it's tough to get to that point--both in parenting and writing.

Jules--Thanks so much! Happy weekend to you. :)

L.G.Smith--And then you end up with something else to send out, later. It's really a great way to work.

Hart--All rejections are not created equal! Good point. And sometimes even a rejection is a minor victory, depending on the wording.

Mary--I think that's VERY good advice. We shouldn't think of ourselves as being successful *only* if we have a book on the shelf/have an agent/are published by Publisher X. Each day is full of small successes--an evocative description, a great turn of phrase, even opening up the document to work on it.

Karen--Thanks so much for hosting me today! And to everyone who's come by to comment. :)

GigglesandGuns--It's probably the hardest part. We've put so much time into it that it's natural!

Stephen--It's something to think about! Thanks for coming by. :)

Susan--It's *very* hard. And there's something to be said for *keeping* that sensitivity that made us artistic to begin with. I feel like I'm tough as nails sometimes and it makes me a little sad. But it's true--if you're able to form that distance between you and your work, then not only will rejection not hurt as much, but you also won't be as affected editorial changes your editor might suggest, or any poor reviews that might come post-publication. But...there's something lost in the process of getting there.

Maryann Miller said...

Very helpful tips, Elizabeth. When I was doing a lot of freelance journalism, someone gave me the tip to always have at least 10 possible markets for each short story or article, and send it right out again as soon as it came back from the latest submission. That plan B really helped. Prior to that, I would let a piece languish for weeks before sending it out again.

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Maryann--That sounds like great advice. And if you send the story right back off again, then you're getting back on the horse after getting thrown off. So much better than giving up on the process or on writing.

Karen Walker said...

Elizabeth, I wish I'd known you when I spent 1 1/2 years querying my memoir and gave up, without a new project and questioning writing altogether. I believe things happen the way they're meant to, so it's all good. Now I can tuck this advice away for this novel I'm writing. Thank you.
Karen

Dorte H said...

Still querying - but thanks to encouragement from blogging writers like you, I am determined to go on and self-publish my novel later this year if nothing happens during the next couple of months. For a Scandinavian writing in English that may not be such a far-fetched idea anyway as my potential readers are scattered all over the globe.

And what keeps me optimistic right now is that kind fellow bloggers have helped me with the most fabulous photos for the cover I want.

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Karen--I wish I'd known you then, too! But you're so right--it all happens for a reason (one that I usually discover years later!) I'm so glad you're writing again now. :)

Dorte--The support online is amazing, isn't it? There's nothing wrong with self-publishing--the important thing is to keep writing and keep growing. I feel like I learn so much every day from the online community!

Suze said...

This was extremely helpful. Thank you.

Elizabeth Mueller said...

Great guest post! I wonder if there's a post out there for the debut author who's sitting around waiting? I'd love to hear experiences!


♥.•*¨Elizabeth¨*•.♥
Can Alex save Winter from the darkness that hunts her?
YA Paranormal Romance, Darkspell coming fall of 2011!

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Suze--Thanks so much!

Elizabeth--Oh, waiting is the hardest part! It just all moves so slow. Try this post: http://authorculture.blogspot.com/2010/10/waiting-for-my-books-publication-date.html

Julie Musil said...

Elizabeth is such an amazing support for writers. I truly appreciate her! These thoughts are just what I needed right now. I'm trying to stay busy with another manuscript while waiting to hear on another. But it always lingers in the back of my mind.

Thanks, Elizabeth, and congratulations on the new book!

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Thanks so much, Julie! You already know the waiting game well...I know you found agent representation in the last few months. Congratulations to you and best wishes for shopping the book. :)

Patricia Stoltey said...

Great advice, Elizabeth! Rejection is just part of the game.

Thanks for hosting Elizabeth on her tour, Karen.

K.C. Woolf said...

Thank you, Elizabeth and thank you, Karen. Great advice!

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Patricia--It's not a fun part, but it's a big part!

K.C.--Thanks so much for coming by!

Ann Best said...

Thank you, Karen, for hosting Elizabeth. This is wonderful advice. Even when you've got the book accepted and you're waiting, sometimes for what can seem like a long time for the revisions to come back with their edits/suggestions, it's good to be thinking of other projects, and reading or doing something you like that's relaxing. It's a harrowing process from query to published book!

Finger Lickin' Good is on my list. I LOVE murder mysteries. Next to memoirs, it's my favorite genre.
Ann Best, Author of In the Mirror, A Memoir of Shattered Secrets

jan said...

Hi, Karen--It took me three years to write my novel, The Bandaged Place. It took another year for me to figure out how to attract the agents' attention with my query and pitch. Now that I have their attention...I realize that the novel is all wrong! Can't win...

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Ann--Thanks so much! I really appreciate your coming by. The waiting is one of the toughest parts of the business...and publishing is full of it!

Jan--I've had to rebuild a novel from scratch before...but you know, it wasn't *really* from scratch. See what the original spark of your story was, see what's strong in your characterization, your setting, your pace---use it, dump the rest. Sometimes it's easier if you don't read the old stuff and try to write from memory. It's almost as if your mind remembers the strong parts and forgets or rewords the weaker parts. Good luck!

Hilary said...

Hi Karen and Elizabeth - that's a great way to add to the blog tours for authors .. and your thoughts make so much sense .. if we have a positive life going on around us as well, the odd rejection letter isn't so bad - and it's only someone else's opinion ... if others have overcome - so can we!

I'm sure sales will come ... happy days ahead .. cheers Hilary

Karen Fisher-Alaniz said...

So happy to have found this fabulous blog! Wow! I am in the middle of publishing my first book, a memoir (Breaking the code, Sourcebooks, Inc 11/1/11) Dream come true, right? Well... ... yes. The funny thing is that after each edit is sent back to my editor, I flounder. I don't quite know what to do with myself. I love the advice here. Keeping busy is so important. If I want this to be a career and not just a one-hit-wonder, I've got to keep moving forward. The tips here will be put to good use. Thank you!

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