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Many of us turned the clocks ahead last night and I suspect, so many wish we could literally

turn them BACK. Alas, TIME moves on whether we like it or not. This is an interesting statistic, and while it alludes to 100 submissions to find a publisher, there are many exceptions, but certainly the message is - We have to keep submitting! A bit like the lottery, I suppose - if you don't play you can't win. So here's the encouragement for the day. AND, as a KENTBURY MEMBER, your work is there for publishers and agents to see, 24/7. But certainly, keep submitting, keep writing and Hit Those Keys!!

*On average, with well-targeted submissions and strong writing, it takes 100 submissions to get one acceptance. Have you reached those numbers?

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